Thursday Morning. December 23. 1920
THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Legion Men Busq
With Plans For
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Strict Residents lOnoni Sinorpr Algols
'bend Iheir Amas ,T i i
East By Wireless ! CfclldiTorf I Clldier
At Robin Hood Wiow
meetings by wireless, i
! residents of the War-
their friends in the
j Pacific coast, through
f Meade W. Powell who
The production at the Grand the
ater last night of Robin Hood was the
source of a curious meeting between
a school teacher and a girl who was
at one time his pupil in the sixth
grade and Is now an opera singer.
The girl is Miss Betty Baxter, who
played the part of Alan-a-dale, and
the school teacher is C. F. Philbrook,
now superintendent of schools.
When the opera company arrived
in Bisbee Miss Baxter called Thil
brock on the phone and asked if he
remembered her as his pupil in the
sixth grade. Philbrook did remem
ber the girl, and to test his memory
went to the show last night and
picked her out on the stage. He met
ner after the show and escorted her
la the hotel.
'.vireless plant at ms
towell. Powell said last
tse who desire may send
rs to him and he will
jlayed to their destina-
Jge of Christmas greet
fossible by the action of
Jess operators. It will
)ut cot to the sender,
i'ur erfftyiona will pick up
land relay them. For
aaessage is destined for
v"owel sends it out here
? p at Yuma, relayed to
; ,i from the Los Angeles
rator will telephone it
!whom the message is
ming him that it has
All messages that are to be sent
;n. Mrs. Phil Wilson, j from here must reach Powell by Frl
and M. E. Olsen. day.
mass ' m . K A
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One Flivver, One lImPe,ri!MValty Res.iden,lsr.ll
n 11 f r Ask What Protection Will
UallCn, Ulie top; i Be Necessary Under Project
Why, Howdy Judge!
Desire for a little Christmas cheer
in the way of a gallon or so of dis
tilled liquor, caused the arrest yes
terday evening of Frank Witt and
Chairio Crane, who were driving in
from Iheir ranch over the divide in
a little Ford roadster. The sharp
ears of Roy CsUi.i, motorcycle of
ficer, caused their iiuclolnji. Caiii&oii
happened to come' along behind their
flivver. He heard a pleasant tinl.ling
sound and decided that something
was wrong. Arr:vin at the police
station a short distance ahad of the
two he called to othe" officers then
to stoD the car and inv-j.stig-ite it. i
When Witt ;.nd Cra.ie ctnne along' . ..,
Constable Sheppard stepped out and ,G,RAM -AT Hl SiH?0L vc
halted them. A search of the car ' The Christmas program to be given
brought to light a gallon jug of strong he post-graduate students touay
EL CEXTRO, Cal.. Dec. 22. The
Imperial irrigation district . today
asked the department of the interior
at Washington. D. C, what steps, If
any, would be necessary to protect
Imperial valley's interests in the
matter cf the application of the
Southern California Edison company
before the federal power commis
sion for permission to develop 2,500,
000 horsepower of electric energy
from the Colorado river at Marble
The department was asked also
whether it would take steps to pro
tect agricultural interests.
Mil b I t
The Warren District Business
Men's Asosciation placed itself tu
record at a meeting yesterday morn
ing as strongly endorsing the pur-
j poses of the meeting of the Cochise
county taxpayers' Association, to be
jheld December 29 at Tombstone, to
j discuss methods of bringing about a
'reduction in the expenditure of the
! peoples' money.
I To aid in this movement for strict
er economy, the association has re-
; quested all of its members to attend
: the meeting, and has arranged to pro
jvide transportation for those who do
not have their own conveyances.-
' Those who desire this accommodation
should notify J. C. White, president.
Members of tke Business Men's as
sociation are urging upon the people
of the Warren distriet, the necessity
for backing up any such movement
as the Taxpayers' association proposes I
to undertake, and believe that this
can be best accomplished by Bringing
a big attendance to the meeting.
They point out that prominent min
ing and business men of the section
have spoken frequently of the serious
ness of the . present depression, and
have been emphatic in their declara
tions that steps must be taken to in
sure the utmost economy in rhe ad
ministration of county and state af
As the car had been halted in the
middle of the Naco Road, Chief Kemp
i ton ordered Witt to drive into the
j city garage next to the fire station
: where an investigation cculd be held
without attracting so'!much attention.
jWitt started the car for the garage,
j but instead of turning in proceeded
on up Naco Road and up Main street,
i Callison was sent In pursuit on his
motorcycle and brought 'the two back
i to the police station.
! It happened that police court was
'in session, and Judge Hogan was
called in. Hogan allowed Witt and
Crane to go on their own recognizance
! to appear in police court at 10 o clock
'for trial. Vitt and Crane left with
I their expectation of passing a meny
Christmas considerably dampened.
ANNIE BALDWIN DIES
BOSTON, -Dec. 22. Mrs. Annia'N.
j Baldwin, a pianist who had been as
! sociated with many musical celebri
i ties, died here today. She was a ais
jter of the late-Lillian No'rdica, and
was her accompanist on many concert
and their parents at the Horace Mann
Junior High School building will be
gin at 3:30 o'clock instead of 2:30 as
previously announced. This program
was presented yesterday morning be
fore the students of the Horace Mann
Junion High School and was greatly
appreciated. The students of the
Bancroft Junior High School, of Low
ell, will be presented with the same
play this morning at that school, and
the senior high school in the after
noon. Parents and friends of the stu
dents of the high school are urged to
Huachuca Council No. 1. Regular
meeting Thursday Dec. 23, 1920.
Election and insulation.
0. W. STEWART, T. L. M.
On Sale at
Arizona Grocery, . Moore's Grocery,
Kelly Grocery, Lowell Drug Co.,
Warren Drug Co.
Spell a backwards
1 25c pound
j . .25c pound
j .20c pound
vCHE' HAM AND BACON
j in the good old State of Arizona.
lar. : .33c pound
xs 25c pound
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1 m . r 1
jrsm bamtary lins. '
iyou will find everything or your
pr from Soup to Nuts.
2U, Hunt's, Jevnc's, Hills, Sunshine.
Klim Powdered Milk on
your pantry shelf means:
Milk when you want it.
Milk that is absolu tely pure.
Milk that is always fresh.
Milk that does not sour.
Milk thai can be
used for all milk
Klim comes in two
forms: whole milk
(full cream) and
skimmed milk (for
all cooking' pur
poses). Get a can of Klim
For the Kiddies'
Fresh Every Day.
At Eagle Theatre.
XMAS PROGRAM TONIGHT.
The Bible school and choir of the
Christian church will give a program
with a large Christmas tree at 7:30
o'clock tonight at their church op
posite the Y. M. C. A. Rev. MathfvS
wijl deliver an address on "The Un
FISHERS' TROUBLE ENDS
MELBOURNE. Australia, Dec. 22.
The trouble between the Japanese and
Malay pearl fishermen oT Broome has
ended and order has been restored.
All colored persons have been order
ed to remain in their camps between
sunset and sunrise.
A meeting of all taxpayers and
others interested will be held at the
court house in Tombstone on Wednes
day, December 29 at 10:30 a. m., for
the purpose of discussing retrench
ment in state and county expendi
tures. J. N. GAINES, secretary,
Cochise County Taxpayers Association
Made Fresh Every Day.
Phone 75 Lowell
FROM THE SMILING SUN-KISSED DESERT
COMES JUST THE GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS
"The Confection of the Aztec." We have taken the processes of
those ancient candy makers and made a product that is unique and
You have not tasted Cactus Candy until you've tried the best
PEACOCK CRYSTALLIZED CACTUS CANDY.
IN y2-LB., 1-LB., 2-LB. BOXES AND BULK
QUANTITIES-MADE FRESH YESTERDAY.
"Just the Gift for the Folks Back Home"
At our shop you will find Candy for rvcry uxo of mankind regular
and Novelty Boxes, Bou Bon Baskets, Sweet Meat Dishes, Delicious,
Pure Hard Candies for the little folks and Novel Flavors for the
Christmas table. , , , f
ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDY rioW I 1
Ice Cream for the Christmas Dinner will be Delivered Christmas
THE PEACOCK :
Formerly Sasse's Candy Store.
Wholesale and Retail Candy and Ice Cream.
JAMES T. GENTRY, Prop.
WARREN TWO STORES BISBEE
We have the very things that you want for your
Celery, Lettuce, Cauliflower
Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans, Peanuts
Christmas Mixed Candy
Bishop's Fancy Mixed Candy
Lemon Peel '
Our entire stock is guaranteed to be absolutely fresh.
We Sell for Cash and Sell for Less.
Spitzenberg, Jonathan, Rome Beauty,
Nuts of all kinds
We Have a Full Line of
All at reasonable prices.
50c and 60c Doz.
. Try Our Fruit , Cake ,
Phone 825 We Deliver
We have fine Young
Geese and Fat Hens
at prices that will make your
"Xmas Feast" very reason
able in price.
We can furnish any kind of
fowl you want, either dress
ed or alive, and we dress
fowls with great care for
r i t..i iu ;n
Alive Turkeys, per lb 45c
Dressed Geese, per lb. ,48c I
Alive Geese, per lb 45c
Dressed Ducks, per lb 48c
Alive Ducks, per lb ..45c
Dressed Hens, per lb 40c
Alive Hens, per lb 38c
Dressed Fryers (large),
per lb 42c
Alive Fryers, per lb 40c
Fancy Fresh Oysters,
Finest line of K. C. Beef,'
Veal, Mutton and Pork in
PRICES LOWEST ,
Come in and see for
All kinds of Fresh Vegeta
bles, Cranberries, Fruits and
every kind of "Trimmings"
desired for the . "Christmas
Preparations fur the public
Christmas tree celebration that
wi'.l be held tomorrow night in the
prrk Kurrounding the Copper
Queen general offices, have made
the Legion club house look like a
branch warehouse of Santa Claus.
big wooden palls filled with candy
several hundred pounds of nuts,
and a pile of apples in bo.vC3 lit
ter the club dining room.
A sacking bee was started by
members of the Legion last i.ipht
and will be continued tonight.
Volunteers to assist in the work of
filing baps for the children ar
badly wanted. Legion members
are asked to be on Vnd at the
club tonight and help with the
work. Hundreds ol bags ;nu3t be
filled from the stores of good
things to eat that are on hand.
The tree that was brought la
from Ash canyon ha been fixed in
a stand and is ready to decorate.
The B. I. coiii.'.!jy wil: wire the
tree for electric lights today. It
will be decorated with all the tin
sel and glittering baubles that
make Christmas a thing to remem
ber in the childish mind.
Santa Claus will take part in the
celebration for the children la
person. He sent a particular le
quest to the Legion asking that
the supply of presents be made
plentiful so that he wouia De ture
to have enough to give one to
each child that attends. Merchants
of the district, the Legion, and
other organizations, and indivi
duals, have combined their dona
tions to make sure of this. All
children who attAd the Christmas
tree celebration will get a taste ot
the merry Christmas spirit.
The Legion band will take up a
stand near the tree and will play
Christmas music and Jinglins airs.
A chorus of school cnildrun will
sing Christmas carols and hymns.
The entertainment as planned will
undoubtedly be a pleasure to
grown folks and a positive joy to
Phone Casey,. 324
Pc '-- '.o Slutting
3fa cups seasoned iuached
2 linely chopped ouions.
2 tablespoons butter,
2 teasK)ons salt,
'i teaspoon pepper,
1 teaspoon sage (optional)
milk to moisten.
Mix ingredients in the order
en. Do not stuff too full.
lV-j cups stale bread crumbs,
b cup scalded milk,
i cup brown sugar.
2 eggs. .
s tup raisins seeded and chop,
i cup finely cut citron.
t cup suet.
2 tablespoons orange juice and
grated rind of
Ms cup chopped nuts (Enslisb.
walnuts, hickory nuts or pecan.")
teaspoon each cinnamou,
cloves and allspice,
Soak bread crumbs in milk and
let stand until cool. Add suar,
yolks of eggs well beaten and frutt
well floured. Chop suet -very rmc
and work with hands until soft and
creamy. Combine mixtures, add
orange juice and graird rind, nuts
and spices. Add whites of eggs
beaten stiff. Turn into a buttered
mold and steam 4 hours. Servo
with lemon sauce or hard sauce.
This recipe will make enough pud
ding to serve 6 persons.
5 tablespoons butter.
1 cup iKiwdered sugar.
3 tablespoons lemon juit
1 tablespoon grated rind,
1-3 cup milk.
("ream butter and supar. add
grated rind of lemon and' Juice drop
by drop, beating constantly. Add
well beaten yolks of eggs and milk.
Cook over hot water until the. mix
ture coats the spoon. Tour onto
the whites of the eggs beaten till
stiff and dry. A little vanilla may
be added when the custard is pour
ed over the whites.
MINERS CAUGHT IN CAVE-IN
SEATTLE, Wash.. IVc. 22.
Four miners were cauKht in n cave
In on the eleventh ieel of the Pa
cific Coast Coal T6mpany's nitua
at Black Diamond. Wash., near
here toCTuy, and are believed to
have been either crushed by tho
slide or suTTocared. All ar ruU
dents of Black Diamond.
Fi'.U A Long Felt Want
Two Creams In One
The nourishing iqnality f Tuwte
Crram with M-. hing properuea
ol w DiienuiK arc united I
This pre on at ion may b used for
cnhcr dv or night cream. Foil
cjiplanauoa mad bookiel r ice.
IcDonald's Marinello Shop
hone 205 P. O. Box 84
25 Main Street
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