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1 H BISBht DAILY KhVltW
Thursday iMorning, October 14, 1920
E. A, Toviea Views Ruins
of Lowell Establishment
E. . Tnvrea. president of E. A.
Tovrea & Co., anived in Eisboo yes
terday aceorrpnnktl by J. M. Sparks,
contractor, to look over the ruins of
his buildiURs destroyed in the Low
ell fire, and to make plans for their
immediate reconstruction. Toviea
said yesterday that he Is not yet
ready to make definite announce
ment of his plans, but declared that
the Lui'uiugs will bi rebuilt as soon
as possible. The Tovrea market' at
Lowell was doing business yester
day in ita temporary quarters a.cross
from the Brophy parage.
W. H. Morse, of Seattle, Wash.,
who says he can now turn out as
much work as he could thirty
years sqo, in spite of his age.
Gives Tanlac credit for hi'3 cplen
did health.
ALUMNI MEET
Local alumni of ihe Minnesota
School of Mines, rave a dinner last
night at the Country club in hor.or
of Dean R. v Appleby and Professor
tavis who are visiting in the Warren
district. Local engineers who were !
present included I). M. Rait. Robert
Uoyd, R. 11. DicR.son, R. Prouty, Harry
and Ralph Ziesemer, M. S. Lindholm
and E. E. Whilley.
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MOVES TO COAST
Mrs. William Burns has sold her
place in Warren and will leave for Sac
ramento, Calif., where she will make
her home. She is staying for a few
I weeks with friends at Glendale, Ariz.
MOVES TO DOUCLAS
M. D. McAllister-has sold his place
in Warren to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lacif
ner and 13 moving to Douglas. McAl
lister has resigned from his position
in the "Copper Queen general office.
FROM PHOENIX
L. 15. Whitney, Phoenix attorney,
was in the district yesterday and left
last night for Douglas. Whitney is
now associated in the law business
with the son of Judge Paker of the
state supreme court.
CLOTHES BURNED UP
John Roach, who returned Monday
from a trip to California for his health
had just unpacked his trunk 1H the
Lowell hotel a short time before the
big fire started, and lost all his
clothes except those he wore. Roach
left yesterday for El Paso lor a three
weeks visit with friends.
Premier's Wife
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EUICKS ARRIVE
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received two car loads of 1921 Bulcks
uus weeK, consisting or five r.r.d sev
en-passenger touring cars and road
sters.
McWHORTER RETURNS
Austin McWhorter of the McWlior-
ter Talking Machine Shop, returned
lasT nignt after a busTlresa' tr!n in
19TH INFANTRY LEAVES
The 19th Infantry leaves Camp
J. Jones Sunday for its new station at. jUexas where he has been making uur-
Lamp bueriaau. uum. i ne him ue-cnases ror the firm's Hew location on
lacnmenis or ine tsin mianiry, wu:cn:Aiain street.
will replace the 19th Infantry, are ex
"I am in my eighty-fifth year, but
since taW.ng Tanlac I am as hale
tnd hearty as I ever was and can do
pected to arrive Friday. Col. Herman,
formerly commander of, the 35th In
fantry at Camp Lewis, Washington,
has anived to take command at Camp
Harry J. Jones. Troop P of the 1st
Cavalry, leaves the latter part of the
AT THE LA MORE
W. J. Hooten, Douglas; Wiley Join.
George Mann, Phoenix; Jack Payne,
Yuma; E. Rizo, Cananea; Mr. and
Mrs. E. Chalk, J. Farley, E. Wrigh?.
Tucson; Mr. and Mrs. Gould, Marion-
as much work as I could thirty years ven nole las n,Snt were: uooen
ago." dcclaied W. H. Morse, of 52 L" Parker' A' H" Child' L' B" Treat' J"
Pi-.in.ct r.- , . 0. Forbes, R. V. Winchester, El Paso;
Elaine St., Seattle, Wash. Although ' n ,T.nit. n v,- vi
month for Apache, where it will re-i"11 Wis.; J. C. Mormon, C. M. Ran-
place Troop L, which will return toUOJPn Charles Wells, El Paso.
"n nuHSt HERE.
Major George H. Kelly, of the
Douglas International, well known
Democratic war horse, was in the
city yesterday.
HOTEL ARRIVALS
Among the arrivals at the Copper
LLOYD
LONDON. Mrs. Lloyd Oeorge. wife
of the premier of England, has re-
turned here after a vacation, ready
to resume her social and political ac
tivities. This is a new and heretofore
unpublished photograph of Mrs. Lloyd
George. ' ' .
in hh eighty-fifth year, Mr. Morse j. Graham, O. Price, Henry L. Fend-I'met night in the old McGreg-
Is still daily to be found engaged in
hard work down at the Ames Ship
yard avd is remarkably well pre
served for his years.
"Last spring I had an attack of
the flu that left me in a very badly
run-down condition and so weak that
I could hardly get around. For a
Jong while I had a very bad cold
that I couldn't chake off and my
bronchial tubes were so choked up
that I was cougli.ng all the time.
VOTERS TO MEET.
The Warren Republican
or buiUUnp- oppos1!? the Oa'.umet and
A;izoni offices for the purpose of
I recinc organization.
ler, R. Robins, L. H. Wood. Los An-1
geles; W. H. Webster, K. W. Withers,
George W. Hart, Douglas; Frank L.
Culin, Arthur I)ash, Tucson ; W. A. i
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E. Leonard, Cananea; T. H. War wood,
U. S. Ackler, C. R. Cowles. H. P. How
ard, San Francisco. I
Dr. F. A. West, manager of the
Phelps Dodge drug department, left
yesterday morning on a short busi
ness trip.
FROM DOUGLAS
K. W. Withers, of the trust depart-;
I ment of the Bank of Commerce of
! JOINS NAVY.
Alfred T. Wooton, of Lowell, has
had no appetite and in fact ate so Douglas, was in Bisbee yesterday on j cniiti . 1 b e t
"'""s i i.usinets.
little thst I was steadily
weight. I couldn't sleep at nights
and became very much worried
about m" condition, because 1
couldn't find anything to straighten
ma up and restore my lost strength.
"I saw by the papers what fine
work Tanlac was doing for other
folks, sc I got some for myself. It
did me good right from the start,
for in a very short while my cough
left me. and I was eating f:ae and
sure did enjoy every mouthful. I
slent better at nights and was scon
feelinar much better in every way. I
have gained seven pounds ia weight
and am so much stronger that I can
turn out about as much work a3
most any other man, in spite of my
years. Tanlac certainly must be a
Breat medicine to put me on my foetj
nue it nas, ana t m giaa 01 me
chance to tell everybody about it."
Tanlac is sold in tfisbee by J. M
Hall, W. Harry Miller, Johnson's add!
tion. Lowell Drug Co., and by leading
drugglits In all other cities.
IS IN TUCSON
E. E. Ellinwood of the firm of E1-' in DOUGLAS,
linwood & Ross, left yesterday on a; j. a. Kempton
business trip to Tucson.
j an electrical school in Chicago after
j passing examinations in El Paso.
FROM EL PASO
W. H. Burgess, prominent attorney. Is
in the district from El Paso.
LADIES' GUILD MEETS
The Ladies' Guild of the Methodist
church meets this afternoon at the Y.
W. C. A.
STAGING CIRCUS
The Y. W. C. A. of Douglas is stag
ing a circus Saturday night in the big
garage in the rear of the Gadsden ho
tel. Tickets are on sale at the local
Y. W. C. A.
Democratic nomi
nee for sheriff, spent yesterday in
Douglas looking over the political
n tuation.
FROM DOUGLAS
Mrs. Theodore Rice and Mrs- Harri
son were visitors at the Y. W. C A.
yesterday from Douglas.
Hi-Y Forms Class in
Motor Mechanics for
! Women of the District
A novelty has been introduced in
to the Hi-Y night school courses in
the form of a ladies class in motor
mechanics. Th.'s class will be held
every Friday night at 6:30 o'clock.
Ladies only will be admitted into
the class on this evening. The stu
dy will be as thorough and as scl-
entific in every way as -that given
flie men. Any ladies wishing to en
ter this class may do so by attend
ing the next class session " at the
school garage In the rear of the high
school on School Hill.
Local Talent Will
Present Two Plays
on Saturday Night
Rehearsals, under the direction of
L. W. Ciandall. for the two plays to
voters oe staged for the Warren 'itrint
on the coming Saturday, are show
ing some fine talent, and bid fail
for a good attendance at the Grand
theatre. ; , .
"The Dear Departed," the first of
the two plays, was written by Stan
ley Houghton, an English dramatist,
and shows a few of the base and
niggardly sides of English rural life.
The second play to be presented the
same night is entitled "Just Folks.
and is a clever comedy and :n direct
contrast to "The Dear Departed."
The music will be furnished by
the two glee clubs and orchestra of
the high school. The gleo clubs
have been preparing for the occas
ion, and good music is assured.
The orchestra will start at S:15
promptly, playing for about fifteen
minutes before the performance.
To Discuss "Heard Bill"
at Open Meeting Tonight
An open meeting for the discus
sion of the highway commission bill
that will come before the voters as
an ilnitiative measure, will be held
tonight at 8 o'clock at the city park.
unler the' auspices of the Bishee
chapter of the American Association
of Engineers.
Several .prominent engineers will
be present to address the meeting.
Tom Maddock, state engineer, has
been requested to speak. Shad Foy
er of Tucson, president of the Ari
zona Good Roads association, and J.
McLane Tate, engineer for the Co
chise county road commission, will
be among the speakers.
W. E. WUherspoon, president of
the Bisbee chapter of the American
Association of Engineers, will pre
side. The purpose of the meeting Is" to;
inform the voters on this important
measure on which they will take ac
tion at the coming election.-.
For all beverages, as coffee,
cocoa or tea, use rich, creamy
Carnation Milk,undiluted. You
will find it delicious' and far
more economical than cream.
In the kitchen, Carnation Milk
is the aide to good cooks. One
half water and one half Carna
tion is the correct formula for
all cooking. Buy this good milk
from your grocer regularly.
Write for Free Recipe Book
Carnation Milk Product Co., P. O. Box 276, Tucson
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Douglas Chief Has Much
Praise for "Fire Boys'
of the Warren District
Fire Chief W. J. Nemeck. who with
Judge W. C. Jack, yesterday visited
the scene of the Lowell conflagration
Monday night, complimented the War
ren district fire fighters for having
stopped the fire as soon as they did.
considering the low wuter pressure.
Mr. Nemeck said the fire still was
smouldering and probably would burn
in a subdued fashion for several days.
He stated the front walls or two three
story buildings, all that was left of
them after the fire, were being torn
down by blasting and by pulling over
with ropes.
Already there is talk of rebuilding
the burned structures, according to
Judge Jack.
First Membership Banquet
at Y.M.C.A. Friday Night
Friday evening has been set aside
at the Y. M. C. A. for the first of the
monthly membership banquets which
are to be regular events of the As
sociation program in the future.
)er one hundred invitations have
b.en mailed and it is anticipated
that abi.ut thnt number of men will
attend the dinner. Invitations were
sent to all now and renewing mem
bers for the month of September
and to t he board of directors.
( Dinner will be served at 6:30
o'clock and the cost will be partly
covered by a charge of fifty cents
a plate.
TCXAS PLANS TO SHIP
ITS COTTON TO EUROPE.
ABILENE. Texas, Oct. 13. A
committee of the West Texas Cham- Coli'ma,
ber of Commerce today decided up
on a plan whereby approximately
I 13.000 bales cf low grade cotton sow
J .n the hands of West Texas farmers
I r.-ouid be shipped to Europe for mar
j ket. The motion is to be pooled and
prepared lor snipment by a local
cotton concern with European con
nections, ine cotton would be stor- '
pd in Europe should there be no . "The - Result
Teady market upon its arrival there. Want Ads.
COLiivlA WINS DECISION BOOSTERS MEET iN CLOBE
OVER GEORGE IN FOURTH PHOENIX, Oct. 13. Chambers of
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13. Bert commerce and other civic organiza-
Whili.er, Calii., welter- tions In S.'.lt ntver v:ii!v r.itl anA
weight, won a decision over Young towns today received invitations
-(.corse f Los Angeles in four rounds lrom the Southwestern Good Itoads
here last night, Collma led in every association to attend a meeting In
round. George landed few elective Globe October 18 to discuss mean
blows. He said he had been ill for 0f improving the Apache trail. The
spveral days past. Because of the mayor and members of the city corn
limited seating capacity of Vernon mission or Phoen.x also were Invlt
arena. tl. match was held in Maier to be present,
ball park.
The province of Quebec has three
Getters" Review schools in which maple sugar making
is taught.
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Klim Is On Sale at These Selected Places
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SHOE SALE
This sale of women's and men's shoes includes new styles just
received, thereby offering a re al saving opportunity on shoes
you need right now. The leathers are the best the most reliable
shoe factories are able to secure.
WOMEN'S SHOES
$18.50 Values at $15.50
$15.50 Values at $13.50
$15.00 Values at $13.25
$12.50 Values at $11.00
$12.00 Values at .. $10.50
$11.00 Values at $9.50
$10.00 Values at $8.90
MEN'S SHOES
$14.00 to $17.50 Values at $12.00
$13.50 Values at $10.65
$12.00 to $12.50 Values at $9.90
$9.00 to $10.00 Values at ' $7.85
Secure your winter shoes now and save
money.
QUAIL SEASON OPENS OPENS OCTOBER 15
Make your selection now from our large assortment of ' guns.
Shot Guns
Remington Pump
Remington Automatic
Smith Double Barrel
and Single Barrel
;2-16-20-28-410 Guage
Winchester Hammer
Winchester Hammerless
Rifles
Remington Pumps
Remington Automatic
Remington 22 Calibre
Winchester Rifles'
30-30 30-40 25-35
Savage Rifles
All models, styles and calibres.
GUARANTEED AT FACTORY PRICE
Our Stock of Camping Ac cessories Is Complete
lents Gun Sichis
Officers Bed Rolls Ammunition
Hunting Knives
Hunting Coats '
Shell Vests
Gun Cases
Cow Boy Bed Sheet
Canteens
Leggins
Puttees

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