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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1918.
City Briefs
,
Has anyone visited yout Or
have you entertained T If bo, call
The Review after 6 p. m. and tell
the Society Editor, phone 39.
IS SAFE OVERSEAS.
S. A. Goff, well known in the dis
trict, has written to his sister, Mrs.
C. M. Wheeler, stating that he has ai
rived "overseas" and is feeling fine.
RETURNS FROM CALIFORNIA.
- Joe Chapman of the Copper Queen
general ofifces has returned from
California, where he has been for the
past two weeks.
BACK FROM DOUGLAS.
' Miss Louise Fite has returned to
her home in this city after spending
several days in Douglas, where she
was the guest of Miss Grace Pearee.
RETURNS TO WORK. !
. Miss Nellie Ryan cf the Phelis i hospital
Dodge store has returned to work, ar- 01 ES IN HOSPITAL.
ter being home for the past week, Mrs. Shelley, wife of M. W. Shelley,
owing to the illness of her aunt, Mrs. died Monday night at the Copper
Hash Shaw of Mason Hill. Quean hospital trom pneumonia which
j she contracted following an operation.
fUNERAL THIS MORNING. The remains will be shipped tonight
The funeral services over the re- to Menard, Tex., for burial. Mr. Shel
biains of Michael Morrisy will be held 'ey is employed at the Copper Queen
Ahis morning at 9 o'clock from the , smelter at Douglas and was for a time
Hennessy undertaking parlors. Rev.; a collector for theDaily International,
father Mandin will officiate. 'LE6TE EWING D.ES.
WAS IN CITY. i Lester Ewing, "a local miner, died
Sheriff Guy Welch was in the city 'a; hif home on Mason Hill, yesterda
last evening on his way home to . afiernon at 2:30 o'clock after a short
Tombstone, where he has besn for a illness of pneumonia. The deceased
few days on business connected with came to this city last August, f"om
the sheriff's office. Crown King, Ariz. Funeral arrange
FROM TOMBSTONE.
" Mrs. Nellie Dalgelish and sister.
Mrs. Joser-h McPherson. are in the ;
city for a few days and are the guests j
of their mother, Mrs. imam Hugnes,
and sister, Mrs. I. W. Wallace.
FROM TUCSON.
Mrs. Phil Tovrea has rsturned from
Tucson, where she has been fpr Bev-
era! weeks on a visit to her mother.
Her husband is now at Camp Kearny,
near San Diego. She will remain here
with Mrs. Ed Tovrea for some time.
GOES TO ARTESIA.
Mrs- Charles L. Baugh, of Tomb
stone canyon has gone to Artesia,
N. M.. where she has been called by
the death cf her sister-in-law. Mrs. i
Ragsdale, who died last Monday after
a'sbort illness.
FROM PATAGONIA.
Leo Hill was in the city yesterday
from Patagonia. He recently left
here for that camp and expects 'let
make his home there. He states that
Patagonia is quite lively at the pres
ent time.
FUNERAL TODAY.
The funeral services over the re1
mains of the late John Moffeo, who
died on Sunday afternoon of pneu
monia, will be held this afternoon at
3 o'clock from the family residence
in Brewer' Gulch. Rev. Mandin will
lofficiate.
DAVE HASCALL ILL.
Mrs. Mary Blewette. received word
vesterdav from Dave Hascall. who Is
at El Paso, stating that he is ill with
the influenza. Mrs. Blewette and her
granddaughter will leave for El Paso
if the condition of Mr. Hascall does
not improve within the next few days.
LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA.
Mrs. C. S. Wilson of Warren will
leave this evening for Redlands, Chi.,
where she will visit with the family
of Mr. Wilson Indefinitely. Mr. Wil
son was called for service in the Motor
Transport Corps, and is now training
at Fort Bliss, Tex.
HAS RECEIVED COMMISSION.
T. H. Vandcrfwort of the Copper
Queen engineering department left
Monday night for Camp Cody, N. M..
where he will report for duty. Mr.
Vanderfwort has received a commls-
eion of first lieutenant, in the engi- artistic Hallowe'en decorations in the
neers' corps. 1 Bisbee stores and shops than there
j are this week, but the quarantine has
POKER GAME. I canceled all parties and consequently
In a raid made about 11 o'clock last j the pretty things must be held over
night by Officers E. H. Barton, Tom until next year, or used to enliven the
Mooney and Jack Markie of the city homes for the benefit of the family,
police force on' a flat in the Brooks Black cats, spooks and goblins, will
apartments oil O. K. street, nine men not come into their own in decora
were caught In an alleged game of tive schemes, for parties are a thing
poker and arrested. All the men of the past or of the future. Stern
PAYCA
PAY L
THE BEST QUALITY FOR THE LOWEST
POSSIBLE PRICE
Why not try us. It will pay
you. If you cannot call
- Phone 29
And we will deliver your order at a small cost.
MONEY BACK if for any reason you are
. not satisfied.
J. B. ANGIUS
PURE FOOD
U. S. Food Administration
save bonil for their appearance to
day in the city police court. The men
gave their names as Jack Deviue, Joe
Davis. Ed Murrha, John P. Chase, Joe
Marshall, K. M. Whitaker. J. II. l'ar
rish, Fred Custason and "John Doe."
The man registered under the reguia-
t'on police coi'rt alias of "Doe" re
fused abstiuately to Rive his name to
the officers, it was stated.
BOXES FOR OVERSEAS.
No provision can be made for the
men who do not arrive in Europe in
time to receive the labels for the
Christmas boxes. Special arrange
ments -may be mad; for these men
overseas but they cannot be included
in the special Christmas box arrange
ment made by the Red Cross.
LEG BADLY INJURED.
An Austrian named George Tokic,
employed at the Holbrook shaft of
the Copper Queen company, had one
of his limbs badly injured last night
by being caught in a cave-in. He was
taken to the hospital. His wife is ill
at the preseaj time with an attack of
ments will not be made until further
word is received from relatives who
have been informed of his death.
QUIET.
Influenza has even affected the po
lice business. Since yesterday there
has not been a single prisoner in jail.
There isn't even a trusty around and
the coppers themselves have been
forced to do kitchen police.
They are
hopeful, however, of having some one
in jail by tonight, even if they have
to run in a reporter or editor.
WAS IN CITY.
Sheldon Ijams of Patagonia was in
the city yesterday on a short busi
ness visit He has a ranch in that
locality aad states that the farmers
there have had' a very successful
year. He was formerly associated
with his father in the telephone busi
ness at Tombstone before it was
taken over by the Mountain State
company.
HAS RECEIVED COMMISSION.
Dr. R. B. Durfee of this cy has re
ceived "notice of his acceptance in the
United States Medical corps with the
rank as captain. He has not been
ordered to report as yet. He 'went
east several weeks ago and -offered
his services. He is an expert In the
taking of X-ray pictures and will prob
ably be ordered to some base hospital
to take charge of that sort of work.
DIES IN CALIFORNIA.
Word was received yesterday by
local friends, stating the death of the
one-year-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Champion of Oakland, Cal. Both Mr.
' and Mrs. Champion are well known
j here and have many friends In the
Warren district. Mrs. Champion was
.formerly Miss Lillian Trazona and wes
chief clerk cf one of the departments
of the Phelps Dodge store.
VISITS 'MISS HOBAN.
Miss Pearl Rernard of New York
City, was here yesterday from Cali
fornia and spent the day with Mis
Margaret Hoban. Miss Bernard and
Miss Hoban are old school friends,
having atended the same .school in
New York City for several years. Miss
Bernard will leave this morning for
El Paso, where she will visit friends
before returning home.
! HALLOWE'EN THIS WEEK.
Never was there prettier or more
GROCER
License No. G-16109
J
I
health officers proclaim that there
must be no parties until all danger
of the disease epidemic is passed.
Many disappointed little folks are
hoping and watching for the lifting
of the quarantine. A few childreu
! will have little parties in their homes,
but most parents are strictly observ
ing the quarantine and will not even
let half a dozen neighbor children play
together indoors. .
ILL WITH INFLUENZA.
Miss Thomasene Uren, the popular
fitter of the womens' ready to wear
departmontof the Phelps Dodge store,
is ill at her home suffering from an at
tack of influenza. Besides Miss Vren,
there are a number of other employes
who are also ill with the same mal
ady, among them being Miss Maggie
Akard of the hardware department.
Mr. Ulake; -merchandise man, who has
been off of work for the past few days
and Mr. Sodabearer.
ALL TOGETHER.
Reports current that whisky is to
ho nuo.l in the treatment of Snanish
Influenza has caused much coughing
aud sneezing ana tne inquiry, mow
sick, do I have to be to get a bottle?"
Just how the report originated, al
though it received notice in several
newspapers, is not known. Hut i.a
that as it way some people are try
ing hard to get on the sick list so
that thsy will be delivered from the
bootlegger who sells pints at $6 each,
cash.
PUNCHY POSTERS.
The posters that have been dis
tributed in Bisbee showing the bene
fits which labor may expect from the
proposed workmen's compensation law
are striking in the extreme and are
attracting widespread attention. They
touch the exact question which every
thinking man must ask: "Do I want
to receive compensation for my in
juries or do I want that compensation
to go to the lawyers and in court ex
penses?" FIRST CALL MADE.
The local board of Cochise county
yesterday received a call for 119 men
cf the class of September 12 registra
tion. These men are the first called
of the new draft and will be sent to
the Kelly aviation field at San An
tonio, Tex. It is evident that the gov
ernment intends to use some of them
in the aviation service as that is one
of the training camps of that branch
of the service. The men will be
called to report in Tombstone during
a 5-day period, beginning November 11.
EXCEFTIONALS MADE.
The United States war trade board
has announced that no permits will be
issued for the sending of parcels to
soldiers in the armies of the entente
allies. Individuals may send Christ
mas and other parcels to men in the
American army and encouraged to do
so, but none may be sent from this
country to British, French, Italian or
other soldiers fighting with the Amer
icans in France. No reason is as
signed for the order, but It is under
stood that the postoffice depart
ment has been instructed in regard
to it.
FRANK M'DONALD DIES.
Frank McDonald, aged about 40
years, died last night as a result of
pneumonia complications following
influenza. Mr. McDonald was both
well known and popular in Bisbee.
Until about a year ago he was a night
foreman at the Sacramento shaft of
the Copper Queen. More recently he
had been working a property in the
Huachuca mountains. His widow is
a resident of Bisbee. An effort was
being made last night by local friends
to get in communication with his
mother, who lives in Missouri No.
funeral .arrangements have been
made.
FROM GLEESON.
Mrs. William Cummings was in the
city yesterday from her home in Glee
son. She was here for the purpose
of receiving a remittance .from her
son, George Gibson, who is in the U.
S. navy. He enlisted over three years
ago and is on one of the U. S. torpedo
boat destroyers in European waters.
He has been there for nearly a year.
Under the law he is now allowed to
send money orders or money from
there and the money she received
yesterday was sent by a wire
less cable through the express office
here. As the Gleesou office is not a
code office she was compelled to
come here. He has not been in the
United States for a year. George
Gibson is quite well known here.
OPEN IN MORNING.
The volunteer clerks at the Y. M. C.
A. wiil be there from 9 to 12 in the
morning to assist the night shift with
their questionnaries. A member of
the legal advisory board will be sn
attendance also. The clerks have
been busy since Monday and - have
filled out several thousand already.
They are anxious for all those who
have the papers to fill out to report
during the next few days as they wish
to clear the work up. They are do
ing the work voluntarily and are giv
ing their time, so it behooves the
registrants to do their share and re
port as soon as possible so that it will
not take too much of the time of the
clerks.
ELECTION RETURNS.
The Review, as has been custoraery
since it was established, has made ar
rangement for the receiving of elec
tion returns In the county for the gen
eral state and county election to be
held next Tuesday. Today there was
mailed out a list of the names of the
candidates and the initiative measures
to be voted on as well as the county,
seat removal question to every pre
cinct in the county to some reliable
citizen with requests to telephone or
telegraph the returns from his re
spective precinct. In addition to this,
they were requested to mail the re
turns in so that they could be checked"
as BiKin as received. The Review will
furnish the returns to the other papers
in the county and also to the state
papers.
REVIEW WANT ADS
BRING RESULT8
HOUSEHOLD HOARDING
I' ALSO BEING DEALT
WITH BYF00D BOARD
FIRST CASE TO COME UP RE
SULTS IN PAYMENT OF $J5 FINE
TO RED CROSS AND PUBLICA
TION OF NAME; RESTAURANTS,
STORES FINED
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.. Oct. 29. As the
outcome of the first case of house
hold hoarding to come to (he atten
tion u.
administration, George Gilnert of
Clarkdale has been permuted to con-
tribute S2o to i he Red Cress, and a
sack of sugar to war charities.
, . . ,.
On September 7 Gilbert, intendmg
leuun. ..... ....ifroh the state department committee.
of household goods to the latter point
The goods were packed in boxes and a
suspicion was aroused that one of
them coniained ti suck of sjgzr and a
sack of flour.
Acting upon information finished
by E. W. Carroll, deputy county food
i.diiiiiiisn.ilor at ."lorome, County Food
Administrator II. I). Aitken ordered
the goods held and examined. Tno
examination disclosed a 4S pound sack
jl '..ileal ilou ;-i'u . s:ti k -'f reinit
iated . tgar w:nii(i!i; 1.1 pound net.
The presiyice of the latter was con
sidered evidence of hoarding, and
this was confirmed by Mrs. Gilbert
when she calied lor the goods.
Sue explained that she had pur
chased ihe sack of sugar from a Chin
ese store in Phoenix nearly a year
ao This in connection with a de
tailed record cf fugar purchases by
ti:e Gilbert ."amily fieri the T. F. Mill
er company of Clarkdale, showing
regular purchase? from January to
July inclusive of this year conclusive
ly established the charge of hoarding.
When faced with the seriousness of
the situation the Gilberts disavowed
any intention of wrong doing, anu
stated their willingness to submit to
a voluntary fine. . A contribution of
$23 was suggested and this was ap
proved by the federal food administra
tor. The sugar is held by the food
authorities anL will be turned over to
war charities. 9
The Portola cafe of Douglas, follow
ing a hearing held before the food ad
ministrator of Cochise county has
been permitted to contribute $50 to
the Red Cross for repeated violations
of the sugar rationing regulations.
The Lowell cash store of Lowell will
pay $10 to the Red Cross in acknow
ledgment of having violated the rules
governing the sale of flour and sub
stitutes. A similar amount in a similar
case will be contributed by the New
State grocery of Douglas. In these,
as well as in other cases, hearings
were held before Robert Rae, food ad
ministrator for Cochise county
MITT SIMMS OR HARRY
KAY MAYBE NEXT
GOVERNORS ARIZONA
GOVERNOR HUNT STATES THAT
HE WILL NOT ACCEPT OFFICE
AND COLTER MAY BE DISQUALI
FIED AND SECRETARY-ELECT
THEN TAKES OFFICE
PHOENIX, Ariz., Oct. 29. There is
a bare possibility that the governor's
chair in Arizona will be filled after
January 1 by Harry Kay, of Phoenix,
or Mitt Simms, of Graham county, who
happen not to be running for governor-
but for secretary of state on re
spectively, the republican and demo
cratic tickets. It's all over a weird
tangle that yet is snaring up the un
spoken, yet eloquent, campaign being
waged in Arizona for the governor
ship, between Tom Campbell and Fred
Dividends
of better health
and comfort ore
being enjoyed by
thousands who
hove "invested"
in .
POSTUM
as their regular
table beverage
in place of
coffee
Convenient
Economical
Delicious
-sr,.---s-a-' nil i iiimfcJM
INSTANT
Colter. The republican side of the
; new-pap.T controversy is insisting
j that Colter is ineligible, because he
j was a member of the legislature that
; raised the governor's salary. A con
j stitutional provision appear? to bar
I him. His friends, including a number
of lawyers and his attorney general,
insist he is "in the clear" and he has
kept on his course even after warning
from the state chairman of his party.
The trouble has been made much or
by the republican propaganda men,
who have been asking why a voter
should waste his vote for a man who
couid not fill the office, even if elect
ed. On top of this has been the ar
gument that if Colter were prevented
from qualifying, Camp', -II would not
succeed, for a plurality vote must be
had, according to Arizona law, and
that Hunt, therefore, would hold over
out doubt, the governor must retain
I tm fl mceeMor shal, bave
j. qualified,
!
That this prodding has reached a
! tender spot is indicated by a recent
visjl t0 t,,e fcf a committee
which called upon Governor Hunt fcr
some declaration in the premises. The
governor is stated to have met the
situation with a bhow of all frankness,
forthwith dictating a statement, of
which the essence follows: "Thre is
absolutely no doubt in my mind, or in
tile mind of any unprejudiced ob
server, that Mr. Ctdter is eligible, but,
irrespectie of that fact and irrespec
tive of who may receive the gieatest
number of votes at the election.
whether it be Mr. Colter or Mr. Camp
bell, the electroate of Arizona has my
assurances, which means my word,
that on January 6, 1919, the office of
governor will be turned over to the
candidate who receives the certificate
of election from the secretary of
state."
There can be no doubt that Colter's
right to the seat will be contested in
the event he secures a majority over
Campbell. In such an event there can
be no doubt that Campbell has no
standing for the office through his
second place on the poll list of the
secretary of state. In the event Colter
thus is kept from assuming the execu
tive chair, no one but Hunt can le
gally fill it, without Hunt's assent.
These statements are on the basis of
expressions of opinion from lawyers
of both parties.
Hunt, therefore, if he stands on his
declaration to fill no ofi'ice to which
he has not been elected, must make
formal resignation of the governor
ship. In such an event, the place
goes by law to the next officer in
rank, the elected secretary of state,
assumed to have already qualified for
the lesser office. In this wise, it is
possible, may be straightened out a
muddle that is vexing the electorate
of Arizona, with the result that a man
yet unnamed for the governorship
may fill the executive chair next year.
COUNTERFEIT NOTES
ARE IN CIRCULATION
The treasury department has sent
out a warning to the merchants and
bankers of Bisbee to be on the look
out for a dangerous counterfeit $100
federal reserve note. Some of them
are coming in from Mexico, where
they are being distributed by the
maker, it is reported.
The description . of the counterfeit
note, as given out by the officials, is
as follows: Federal reserve bank of
Dallas, $100 federal reserve note;
vigrette, portrait of Franklin, red seal.
The engraving of the portrait is very
crude, the face appearing to be cov
ered by a beard, due to the heavy
lines, seal improperly put on, the
work on the back of the counterfeit
having the appearance of cheap litho
graphing, not on standard paper,and
silk not present in the face of the
note3.
As these counterfeit notes have
been coming in from Mexico, south
western business men have been par
ticularly warned to get an opinion be
fore repassing any note of the denomi
nation where there is any possible
question as to its genuineness; in any
event, taking up the note and turning
it over to the government. Several of
these $100 counterfeit notes have been
secured in El Paso within the past
three days.
MASKS ON PEOPLE
BRAVE INFLUENZA
The influenza mask has made its ap
pearance in thf Warren district.
Following the example of people
in numerous other cities, several
residents of this city yesterday
went on the streets with cloth pro
tectors over their nostrils and mouth
as a preventive against contracting
germs of the Spanish influenza so
prevalent in this city and which are
most readily acquired through the
breathing.
The first to wear the masks yes
terday on the streets was a man and
woman who were in a motor car. Over
the lower half of the face of each
was a cloth mask that came down be
low the chin and was fastened behind
the head.
People turned to look and to re
mark, but the remark was that they
would do the same. Later others were
seen with the cloth mask over the
lower part of their faces.
The influenza mask is easily made.
The most approved one is of several
layers of coarse cheese cloth, but
borne of the masks seen on the street
yesterday were merely handkerchiefs.
The cheese cloth mask of several
thicknesses is the best and most ser
viceable mask and is the one the doc
tors recommend. People vio have
tried them, find that there is no incon
venience in talking or breathing.
The influenza masks wearers were
pioneers yesterday but without a
doubt, it will be a common sight by
today.
CAMPBELL'S PARTY
ARRIVED IN CITY
LATE LAST NIGHT
REPUBLICANS WILL STAY HERE
TODAY AND THEN PROBABLY
WILL GO TO DOUGLAS; HAVE
BEEN CAMPAIGNING AROUND
TOMBSTONE
Thomas K. Campbell, republican
candidate for governor or Arizona,
arrived here yesterday, accompanied
by H. E. Matthews, candidate for
superintendent of public instruction,
and J. G. Compton, candidate for cor
poration commissioner. Being thor
oughly worn out by their efforts in
the western part of the county during
the last -few days, the candidates went
to bed early, prepared to get an early
start today.
It is the intention of Mr. Campbell
and his party to remain in the Warren
district today, meeting as many men
as possible. They will leave for Doug
las seine time tomorrow, according to
present expectations.
Prior to coming here the candidates
were in Benson and Tombstone, at
both of which places tlrey said they
had gathered a great deal of encou'
agement for the hope that they would
receive a heavy vote.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
ISSUED PAST WEEK
The following marriage licenses
were issued during the past week at
the office of Clerk of the Superior
Court J. E. James in Tombstone:
Ramon Cota to wed Rafugia Padri
gon, both of Bisbee; David H. Strusbo
to wed Quincy Willcox, both of Bis
bee; Jacinto Videavi to wed Louisa
Pacheo. both of Douglas; Joe Mar
tine to wed Andrea Ruiz, both of
Douglas; Joseph L. Jacqumin to wed
Bertha Blake, both of Douglas; Era
chlo Augalo to wed Epefinia Perez,
both of Cananea; Myrel F. Baker to
wed Dorothy Aileen Fettus, both of
Douglas; George P. Moroch to wed V.
E. Graff, both of Douglas; Alfredo Pa
dus to wed Concepcion Oarmele, both
of Cananea; Thomas E. Simon to wed
Gertrude Avilas, both of Douglas;
John Allen of Naco to wed Pearl
Barnes of Savannah. Ga.; Dan Briley
cf Dcuglas to wed Blanche Detlof of
Bisbee; Lucas Arviz, Jr.. of Douglas
to wed Sabiado A. Rodriguez, of Ca
nanea; Jose Herrera to wed Georgia
Florez of Bisbee; Edward L. Comboch
to wed Dorothy J. Bennett, both of
Douglas; Harry F. Brakiield to wed
Nora Baldwin, both of Douglas; C. E.
Bandihch to wed Concha Molina, both
of Douglas; Rafael Marcado to wed
Coraunaion Pineda, both of Douglas.
BOYD ON HIS WAY
TO DO ELECTION
WORK III DOUGLAS
TOMBSTONE DRUGGIST SAYS HE
IS GOING TO CONVINCE SMEL
TER CITY THAT COUNTY SEAT
REMOVAL DURING WAR WOULD
BE HEIGHT OF FOLLY
William T. Boyd of Tombstone, one
of the leaders in the fight of the pres
ent county seat against the proposed
county seat removal measure which
will be voted on next Tuesday by the
people of Cochise county, passed
through Bisbee last night, en route to
Douglas, ft is in Douglas that the
chief work of the Tombstone people is
centering, Boyd said.
''You people in Bisbee are. as I un
derstand it. neutral in this fight and
whatever measures you have taken
have been to protect Bisbee in the
county seat question. Naturally, we
in Tombstone are organizing to fight.
We are doing all we can both by per
sonal argument and printed matter to
show the people of. Cochise county
where, during the course of the war,
removal of the county seat is unwar
rantable and unjustified. Douglas is
the hotbed of removal, so there is
where our work centers.
"Not long ago we sent through the
Douglas postoffice a special edition
of the Tombstone Prospector, con
taining among other things, a special
article giving our views. This was ad
dresed to every voter in Douglas.
Through some misunderstanding on
the part of Postmaster Hankins of
Douglas, the edition was held up and
WALKING UNDER
DIFFICULTIES
"Believe me. I suffered from stom
ach and bowel trouble right. This
weakened me so that I could scarcely
walk. I could do no work. This
was my condition when I started
taking Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
on the advice of a friend. Now I
am working every day and feel bet
ter than I ever did in my life. It
is the only medicine that ever
touched me." It is a simple, harm
less preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the inflammation
which causes practically all stom
ach, liver and intestinal ailments,
including appendicitis. One dose
will convince, or money refunded.
Sold by Bisbee Drug company, Lo
well Drug company in Lowell, and
druggists everywhere.
the Prospector was threatened with
having it all turned back. However,
j this has been straightened out, I
! learned tonight.
I "I know that the Review is neulrat
in the fight and I can advance Tomb
stone's arguments only through the
advertising columns, but I snould feel
that I had done less than my duty if I
failed to mention the fact that we are
drawing the attention of all voters
merely to the true facts, then if they
feel like voting against Tombstoue
we shall have no complaints."
KLEM NOW STEVEDORE
K Review l.eas-J Vii--)
YONKERS. N. Y.. Oct. 29. William
J. Klem. of this city, for many years
a National league umpire, announced
tonight that he had enlisted in the
stevedore division of the army quar
termaster's department. He is 41 years
of age.
HAS FATAL INJURIES
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HOUSTON. Texas. Oct. 2'J. Lt. M.
F. Maxwell, of New Hope, Pa., an avia
tion pilot at Park Place near here, re
ceived probable fatal injuries today
when the plan in which he was flying
struck a tree top and crashed to earth
near the aviation field. His skull was
fractured.
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Business Locals
Second hand clothes bought. Phone
739.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express cur thanks to
our neighbors aud friends, also the
Elks, who extended their aid and sym
pathy during the sickness and death
(of our beloved husband and son; also
i for the floral offerings.
MRS. FRED PERROW,
332 MRS. W. H. PERROW.
ROCKHILL'S STAGE.
Bisbee-Tonibstone. Leaves Bisbee
Bisbee Auto Co.. 7 a. m . 1:30 p. m. 7
Phone Bisbee 5. Adv.
CARD OF THANKS
Wo wish to thank our kind friends
and neghbors for thejr kind a'ssistance
during the sickness and death of our
dear son. husband and brother, and es
pecially the boys of the mechanical
department for the beautiful floral of
ferings. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Henderson,
Mrs Joe Henderson,
Mamie Henderson,
Dora Henderson. 311
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt
thanks to our many friends, also the
Elks end K. of C.'s for their many
courtesies extended to us during the
sickness and death of our son and
brother, Richard.
MRS. JULIA GELLY.
23S AND CHILDREN.
Dr. Playfair, Osteopath, 98 Mason
Hill, Mason car stop. Phone Blue 647.
Adv. 231
L. L. Gilman sells the New Edison.
"The Phonograph With a Soul."
Painter and Paper Hanging
C J. BRANDT
Box 150 Phone 456
TO THE VOTERS
A report that I am using my present
office as deputy United States mar
shal to evade military duty is being
circulated throughout Cochise county
with a view to affecting my candidacy
at the coming election. That this is
a lie pure and simple can be proved
by communicating with my superior
at Phoenix. I have twice offered my
self for military service and on each
occasion these offers have been re
jected.
I am not trying to sneak or beg my
way into the sheriffs office, and re
quest that the voters give my candi
dacy impartial investigation and not
take for granted any rumors that may
be circulated between now and No
vember 5.
J. F. M'DONALD,
326 Democratic Nominee for Sheriff.
Richard Glaze, Oph. D.N.D.
Practice Limited to Eye and Nerve
Disorders.
Phond 15S. Office and residence
first house west of Masonic Temple,
Main Street Bisbee. Arizona.
Glasses fitted by the latest methods.
Mrs. Jones Ishen
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Suits and Overcoats made to mea
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to your satisfaction. .
H. MICHAELS
With
MILLER SHIRT AND HAT SHOP
Main Street Bisbee

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