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THE BiSBEhl DAiLy HEViEW
Friday Morning, November 23, I92i
NO.THlS 15 REAL BUSINESS!
I'VE BEEN READING SOME
BOOKS ON OFFICE EFFlCIENCV-
I DREW OP SOME PLANS AND
SUGGESTIONS AND GAVE THEM
TO THE BOSS- I WANT TO -
Dr. A. M. Wilkinson
Disease of Eye, Ear, Nose
Office at 1250 Tents Street
At Copper Queen Hotel every
Saturday, 2 to 5 p. m.
OH,THERE'S "THE BOSS
NOW - WANT TO LOOK
RIGHT WHEN I GO IN TO
SEE HIM - AFELL0vM5
APPEARANCE IS HALF THE
A7. BC63.DIDVOO HAVE
ANN OF THOSE SUGGESTIONS
GEL. I WISH THE BOSS
WOULD HURRV AMD
GET BACK - t WAVE
to see him on
I GAVE CARRIED I '
,-r wp-r , 7 OH VES,ALLOF
ARE You GOING
TO FIRE HIM
OR GIVE HIM)
THEM- I PUT THEM
IN THE WASTE-BASKET
FIND OUT WHEN HES GOING
AND THE JANITOR
CARRIED THEM OUT.!
One Way of
A RAI5E ?
NICK D. COLLAER, Diet. Mgr.
Allen Block, Bisbee Phone 55
Mutual Life Insurance Company
Lowest Net Cost
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE 80-acre ranch, pump,!
water, 7 acres rabbit proof fenced, j
black loam soil, $1500; three small i
houses furnished for sale ilka rent, ,
6-rooiu modern new house, near i
Bisbee post office for cash ; 5-rooin
modern furnished house, nsar B13--
bee high school, terms; 4-room
apartment nicely furnished, private
bath, open fireplace, now cement
bldg., garage if required, J27.50
month; 6-room brick unfurnished,
S4&.00 for rent n 3isbee; 4-room
cement house, modern, unfurnish
ed, $20. Insurance, Fire, Life, Ac
cident. Let the Equitable of Ne.v
York pay your expenses when you
are not working. Phone No. 26, 5tf
Main St. L.T.F. 2353-tf
FOR SALE One 3-ioonx house,
large screen porch, furnished,
across. st-eet fronii High school;
level lot on road, $250 cash, balance
AH, 2406 11-2B
Arlz- 2406 U !
FOR SALE Five-room house, or !
trade for Fold car. South Bisoee. j
J. llerlick. 2420-ll-2t .
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
rrRtT7 rhean rhevrolet4"5o
?2hf1rk Sr?:5 or Dhone!
light truck. Box l-o. or pnone
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE New cliver typewriter.
$25. Phone 3S7-J.
r OR SAiE Sewing machines guar
anteed: price as low as $10; 'every
thing bought, sold, exchanged. ;
Standard Furniture Co., Allen Block j
TOR SAI.R Denver Pressure COOK-
eis; electric carpet sweepers and j
accessories; nothing more practi-
cal lor Christmas. Standard Furn-1
iture Co., Allen Block. 2423-11-30
dairy use. Box 86, Naco, Arizona.
Call at post otfic. 2373-11-25
FOR SALE FURNITURE
FOR SALE Furniture of 4-room
house, gas range, coal heaters, ta- j
bles, two beds, ice box; -bargains
for cash. 719 Tombstone Canyon. .
Apply mornings. - 2409-11-26 j
FOR RENT "Cheap. "3-rooni house, j
back of Copper Queen hotel. Pnone i peace and would be a temptation Tor
625-J. 2405-ii - i imperialistic Germany to come lac
Toil RENT 9-room housewit"hful '.int I'ower- Premier Briand declare '.
nace and garage in Warren. Phone; 'ere tonight in a farewall address to
855-W. 2402-11-26 ,ne American people. France, he
FOR KENT 4-rooiu lurnisnea, mou- j
ern, sleeping 'porch.
stop. wmi 6J, Arj. Aenue. .
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FOR RENT Four-room furnished
flat and garage, $20 month, water
furuibhed, 612' Bisbee Road, War
ren. I'll one 81S-K. 2374-11-25
FOR ilENT ThreeTooiu "nicely TuF-
nished apartment; large kitchen, i
water and telephone free; one
block from drug store. Warren;
also garage for rent. Phone 417. ' i
rno'DfuT E.TTDwTcLicrrxrrtTicei i
FOR RENT Four-room house with !
bath, furnished complete $12.50 per
Three-room house, tur
nished, including water $10. 323
Naco Road, Ilolbrook Stop.
FOR RENT Fhe room Iurniueu
house In Warren. I'hone 125.
houe, with garage, water for toilet
tree; price reasonable. Apply He
view office. 2U10-11-8 tf
DRESSMAKING Edna R. Prouty.
!ll!l fiu liiHO I'luinn 2!17. 2121-12-2:1 i
TUKKETITOOT All" dTy-inu7-. ! aa crusho1 in " mawa play
day. 25 Hazzard St., Warren. )
LOST Masonic iin in Wood Can
yon or near Finity'a store; return
to C. F. Brown No. 1 Fire Station.
WAN 1 ED
VvANTEU Competent jtnl for gen
eral house work. Mrs. E. E. Whiie
loy, 500 Vista, Warren. 2415-11-27
WAN TEL) To . pay fi iK lies t ca p Ii
prices for - your, . usod furniture ;
everything bought, sold, exchanged.
Standard Furniture Co., Alien Blocn
COOPERAGE PLANT BURNS
MILWOUKEE. Nov. 24. Firo to
nisht destroyed the cooperage depart
inent of th t'udahy racking com
pany's plant ai Cudahy, causins a
Ions" estimated at $6(1.00(1.
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SIX TEAMS TIED
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. 24.
What officials characterized as one
of the most hectic seasons in the Mis
souri Valley Conference ended today
wita Nebraska the unbeaten cham
uion and six of the nine teams tied
for otner Places-
By trouncing Missouri. 15 to 9, to-
dayi Kansas threw Missffiiri and the
Kansas Aggies into a tie for second
position. Drake, by defeating Grin-
nell at Des Moines today, put Kansas
an(l Drake into a tie for third. Ames
finished fourth. The tie bobs up again
nvioRnm- an Was"hineton
between Oklahoma and Washington
for fifth place.
GrinneyTs defeat by Drake also
meant that school went through the
season without a victory.
It was announced that the coaches
would meet here December 2 to make
up the football schedules for 1922.
Team Won Lost
Kansas Aggies 4
Briand Says World
Peace Destroyed If
France Is Disarmed
NEW YORK, Nov. 24. Disarmn-
ment of France would end we
Faia, warned peace ana wanieu 10 u .
i on amicable terms with a democr
..Rut tn fOI.mfir Germanv has net
disappeared, ne asserted. ne i
still lying in wait, still plotting.
trying to revive hoies of reveng(.
she is still keeping an :ny In cer-
"How could you expect France to
disarm in such a situation?" he ask-
ed. "If France was unable to dete
herself, democratic Germany wou1 I
be overthrown and the old imperial-
ihtic Germany would come bacw in:...
power. If she weakened herselt.
wou,d en(1 tlle Peace ot the world.
France has not the right to desert
the case of democracy and peace."
i PERSONAL SECRETARY
1 TO GEN. FERSHING DIEb
vi'w vnuK- v,,v 9i r:int:iin W.
C.'Eiistis. of Washington. GO, person!
i iorrotiirv to Coneral I'ershinir during
the war. died tonight fcJlowlng the re
currenre of an attack of pneumonia
contracted in France.
KILLED DURING GAlIE
1 5 K L L E V I L LIC, Ills.. ISov. 21. ivl-
ward H. Kiek, aged 20. was killed :u
football game here today when h,
AS SEASON ENDS
Army's Star Flayer
May Not Take tart j
In Game Tomorrow
WEST POINT, N. Y., Nov. 24. j
The name of Walter French, the
Army's back field star, did not ap-
pear in the eleven Coach Daly tenta
tively named today to start against .
the Navy in the annual-game at Ne. j
Although French had been prevent- .
ed by injuries from participating in
several games, the cadet body had
believed that the back field wou.tt
be developed around him. Smythe,
however, has been named to start . .
Navy Squad Arrives
NEW YORK, Nov. 24. The Navy ;
football squad arrived today accomr-a- ;
nied by their famous goat, which !
army hopes to get at the lMi !
Grounds Sunday. Tomorrow, the ;
squad will be taken to the footba.
grounds for a light warming up driP
Wreckage, Washed j
Ashore, Indicates j
Frisco T u g Lost'
ASTORIA Ore Nov 24 Much
wreckage marked with the name t
the San Francisco tug "Sea Eagle,
has come ashore at 'Sunset Beach, 10
miles south of here, according to tel-i
ephone advices late today. Anxiety
is felt in shipping circles for the tug.
which carried a crew of nine, and her'
tow, the sChooner Ecola, which hali
about 20 persons aboard.
Hi School Football '
Game Ends in Row I
DENVER, Nov. 24. The annuel
football clash, between East Denver
and North Denver High Schools re-
suiteu in a rorren or me game to i!.ai,t
; v: ,
. lltrr UI .vui III. w llliuien ilia ilqiii iiuhi
thp fi,,. aS n nrotest acainst a rtecis-
; ion rendered by Referee N. C. Morris,
1 oring the dispute over the decision,
a iarge part of the 7.000 spectators
! crowded on to the field and were with
difficulty restrained by police.
RESIGNATION RUMORED j
' DENVER, Nov. 21. Dr. John C '
Cornell of Denver, has resigned as
i acting manager of district 11 of tb ;
! United States Veterans' Bureau, ac -
; cording to reports circulated here to-
: day. Dr. Cornell tonight said tl
j he did not care to either confirm or
! deny the report.
j reconciliation is near
i LONDON, Nov. 24. A Central
, News dispatch from Rome says llie
! newspaper Tempo publishes an intf r-
view with Cardinal Gaspari:. papm
secretary of state, who is cX ten sn
having asserte-l Pope Benedict is
ready for a reconciliation with Italy.
30 TO 1 ENTRY WINS
ZonT Is owned.D-aito.'an'i
in.? Day handicap whicti was llie ie
; mie oi me ".r ; ....
' season at Jefferson park today. NVr:on la wheels and inwiiedialfly it lucernes a l)out. All you have to do is to
.one is owned by A r rayion. an..,
was riuuen oy jockc- .mhht.
First Sum of
One of the first-signs of Christmas
culosis seals to aid the national drive
one of the first stamp girls is selling
j If you own a vehicle like this you can cross rivers without bridges and
enjoy travel "by land or sea." without leaving your .eat. It is named "Success-
; . . siU)wn i,t, the trvout at Iiayoiit:
; u ''-'t' ........ v
" ' HEY! AMTVou J Ii KAvr 1 ATE 5,0 S II i HO-U'JM- 1 , Tn
TODAY? r- TyAT 1 CA"'r ) 7 TAKA Cjf0
i"lW ; ; !: , VL f i
are the little giiis who sell anti-tube:-
for the prevention of tuberculosis. Here
Justice William II Taft of the Supremo
- ?. N. J- You run it rignt into the '.tater
:iul sto;is the wheel drive.
SOUNDS GOOD, ANYHOW
ABERDEEN, S. D., Nov. 24. A !
$100 diamond lost two months ago by
Mrs. Fannie Smart, was found today '
by Mrs. Smart while preparing a chic-'
ken for Thanksgiving dinner. j
Legal Notices ;
NOTICE rOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. l.AiU OKFICK Mt I'hoanix, Ari
zona. October 22, VJZl.
NOTICK ia hereby Riven that Gust
.lansen. ot McXeal, Arizona, who. on July
"S. 1U17. made Homestead Entry. No.
, 035818. lor Lot 4. SE li S W" , Section 30.
I Lot 1, NE14NWU, Section 31. Township
21 -S., Iianee 26-K.. G. & S. It. Ii. & Meri
dian, has filed notice of intention to
make Three Year Froof. to establish
1 claim to the land above described, before
! James Allison, V. S. Commissioner, at
Hisbee, Arizona, on the 30 Ui day of Nov
Claimant names as witnesses:
Isauc liailuy, of Lowell, Arizona;
James Jones. Frederick 11. SapuldinK.
both of McKeal, Arizona; Ernest H.
White, of Lowell. Arizona.
JOHN R. TOWLES,
First publication Oct. 28. 1921.
12 Main Street BISBEE
We are remodeling Ladies' Suits
as well as making new ones.
Rear Bank of Lowell Bldg., Lowell
BISBEE PHONE 5 TOMBSTONE PHONE 80
Leave Bisbe Auto Co. Leave Arlington Hotel
8:15 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
SEVEN PASSENGER CARS CAREFUL DRIVERS
.... " - i
COLLINS & BRETHERTON
STOCKS AND BONDS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO UNLISTED
Phone 26 STOCKS P. O. Box 1123
L. J. OVERLOCK, Broker
Correspondents: Paine, Weber & Co., Boston, Duluth, Catumet
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COPPER STOCK
LOGAN & BRYAN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
WE LOAN MONEY
DON'T FORGET US
When You Need Us As We Need You
REMEMBER OUR PRICES
WATCH JEWELRY REPAIRING
Main Springs for 7Cp
any Watch lt3L
ALSO JEWELRY REPAIRING and
MANUFACTURING OF ALL KINDS
United Loan & Jewelry Go.
BREWERY GULCH "
WE LOAN MONEY
NEWTON'S AUTO STAGE
8:00 11:00 2:00 5:00
9:00 12:00 3:00 6:00
Naco to Bisbee 75c
Naco to Don Luis 50c
Don Luis to Tin Town 25c
Don Luis to Lowell
Tin Town to, Lowell
Don Luis to Bisbee
Special Trips, $8.00
PHONE 802F2, NACO
Effective April 21, 1921
By way of Forest Ranch, Gleason,
Making connections with S. P.
trains for Globe and MiamL
Also connections at Forest Ranch
Carls leave Bisbee 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Cochise 12:10 p. m.
Leave Cochite 3 p. m.
Arrive Bisbee 6:30 p. m.
Reservation may be made at
' Bisbee Auto Co- 'Phone 5
COPPER QUEEN HOTEL
"Gem of the Borderland"
Rooms, $1.50 per day. and up.
Club Breakfasts, 35c to 90c
Table d'llote Lunch, 75c
Table d'llote Dinner. $1.25
Special rates forAboard
by the moathV'
(A Homey Hotel - Centrally Located
EDWARD OLSON, Manager
Jewels for any