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4 .1 I i Sunday Morning, September 10, 1922 THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW Fae TKree Review Arranges Special Primary Election Service The Review office has made complete, arrangements for the receiving of the returns through--out the state and county as soon as the votes have been counted in the various precincts. In the county special arrange ments have been made to have the results 'phoned into the Re view office from all of the voting places. In some places special messengers will ride from 10 to 15 miles to reach a 'phone so that the Review readers will be able to have the returns the next morning. By courtesy of the forest ranger service" in the Chiricahua moun tains, Ranger Carl Scofield will relay the results that are 'phoned into his station to one of the cen tral stations on the line of the Mountain States Telephone Lines to be 'phoned into the Review office- Special operators have been employed to work until the forms ' close so that the vote will reach the office up until two o'clock ths morning after the election. Former Local Boy and Girl Married Yesterday in L. A. Miss Vinnie Lawre-nson and C. J. Will'ams, former Warren District res idents, were marked in Los Angeles yesterday. The Rev. John C. Fry, former- pastor of the local Presbyterian church, read the ceremony. Misa Lawrenson is a sister of E. J. Lawrenson, former athletic instructor In local schools. She was for several years a member of the Copper Queen peneral office staff. Williams, more popularly remem bered as "Giffie" Williams, was horn and reared in Bisbee. For two years lie wa3 with the Miners and Merch ants Bank. He is now with the First National Bank of Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will live in Long Beach. Local Briefs Gaines Says Adams' j Expense Accounts Total 4 Thousand' PURCHASES PHARMACY O. R. Black has purchased the Cen tral Pharmacy, Howell avenue and Brewery Gulch, from the Douglas Drug Company. Black has been manager of the place for more than a year. A special long distance wire has been put into the Review of fice and the results will come in direct over that wire. n I CI of supreme quality NOT many men or women can accurately judge the quality of a diamond. It requires expert knowl edge based upon years of experience to place the real value on these wonderful gems. PERMANENTLY VALUABLE The diamonds you buy from us are not only worth all you pay for them, but because of their fine quality remain permanently valuable. Every well informed buyer knows that the better grades continually advance in price. Our Stock of Diamonds is now at the Peak of High Values. An Investment now will prove exceptionally satisfactory. BfTfltniist Jfrfofire (gompane GIFTS THAT LAST Novelty 3uits that "will delight the boy and please the mother with their style and tailoring. ' Some thing entirely new. Fashioned as the mother wants boys' clothes to be. Suits of Velvets with Silk Shantung Waists. Suits of Jersey with Silk Shauntung Waists. Suits of Blue Serge, Middy style. Suits of Blue Serge, Oliver Twist style. Suits of Cashmere, Eton style. Suits of Jersey, Oliver Twist style. Ages 2Yz to 8 years. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 66 & irAvs. ti h - m m m -mm v w a 'r i - v m I Boy's Novelty $50 1 $50 ! l BAND CONCERT TODAY j The American Legion band will give J a concert in Lowelfat 2:30 this-afternoon under tlu leadership of Director. Bowden. GOING TO UNIVERSITY j Mis.3 Eva. Hi-ooks, a member of the last graduating class of the high I school, will leave today for Tucson i when she will enter University of Arizona. Miss Brooks will specialize, in foreign languages. ' ty Taxpayers' association, will throw j RETURNS TO BISBEE j some illuminating light on this quea-i Miss Myrtle Kwing, teacher at the 't ion: ' Central school, has returned from sev-i " Tombstone, Arizona eral weeks in Oklahoma and Kansas, j September 4, 1922.! Miss Visa JSwing has gone to Tempo I Editor Daily Internationa!, j to attend the state normal school. Douglas, Arizona. j I am handing you figures taken j SURPRISE PARTY. ; from the records for the past eight j Miss Thelma Bishop was the guest years, a period which I believe would Personal Douglas International) During the campaign for supervisor in the iilsbee supervisor district the question has been raised as to the amount of money paid to I. C. E. Adams, ass upervisor, as compared with the amount of expense money drawn from the county by Vance Johnson, now opposing Adarns, when he was a member of the board. The following letter from J. N. Gaines, secretary of the Cochise coun- Mrs. Bert Polley will return to her home at West Hua.chuca tomorrow af ter spending two weeks here on a vis it to friends. Y)v QllillP ftiniiclv 'Cf,,VP(1 yesterday hv M. J. Ciinninsiiaiti Ul. klllllC OilUUSlJ in a letter from his daughter, Miss Til ill TTncnifol in ! Fl0ren Cunningham, who is now in III Hi II UJ I I ill 111 ,Paris Doctor Shine's condition was PtiriS IS VOrd HCFcVery sericl18, Miss Cunningham wrote. Robert Creager has returned from j for several weeks I Dr. F. E. Shine, for many years chief i surgeon here for the Copper Queen, j is seriously ill in a hospital in Paris,! where he and Mrs. Shine have been i Promises to Work if He Is Elected Santa Rita, N. M. where he has beenj for the past year and will again make; the district his home. I George M. Porter, one of the candi- Word of the Doctor's illness was re-' dates for the Democratic nomination- ' i for representative in the state legisla- Capt. Harry Wheeler was in the city yesterday from his home in Doug las in the interests of his campaign. R. P in the city friends. Fertnisnn. of Tnmi,0tm, ,o! lu,B 1,u"' u,e soee uisinci, nas rieen yesterday on a visit to' Mrs. Frank Fenderson, of Naco, was in the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Dr. Alcssi and wife, of Douglas, were in the city yesterday on a short visit to friends. .of honor at a surprise party Thursday. evening given bv manv of her friends i sary fairly represent the increases neces- incident to the growth of the in Upper Lowell and Jiggerville. All ' county and the work which has been enjoyed dancing and refreshments. 1 done. The figures for the supervisors Miss Bishop will attend the Univer- from Eisbee district are as follows: sity of Arizona this year. V. M. JOHNSON I First year $340.C9 C1915) FUNERAL TODAY I Second year 314.60 (1916) Funeral services for the late Dayton , Third year 328.50 (1917) Graham, Cochise county pioneer, will Fourth year 478.35 (1918) be held from the Woman's Club; I. C. E. ADAMS Building, on Quality Hill, at 2 o clock j First year $1290.64 this afternoon. Elder E. R. Davis, of,eScond year 1471.39 the Reorganized Church of Jesus Third year 1057.70 Attorney W. G. Gilmore, of Doug-; las, was in the city yesterday on a! short trip. a resident of Bisbee for more than 30 years, and a property owner and tax payer since a few days after his ar rival here. "If elected," Porter said last night, ' "it wiJl be my sole purpose to repre sent the Bisbee district to the best of my ability. My entire interest is in Bisbee. Everything I own in the world Is right here in Bisbee. Should I bj: the choice of the voters of my district. I intend to go to Phoenix to work ( whenever the legislature la in session. ' .wv-j ..v. n.-iuineui Deneve I understand how to ironi a iwo weens trip to Los An geles and other California resorts. R. N. French and family, of Douglas were in the city yesterday, stopping over on their way back from Tomb stone. Turner- G. Smith and wife, of Doug las, are in the city to remain over Sunday on a visit to friends. J. A. Gumm and wife, of were in the city yesterday among friends. Penson, visiting Mrs. in the friends. L. E. Lyon, of Douglas, was city yesterday on a visit to Mrs. C. J. Wynn, of Tombstone, was in the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Mrs. W. E. Haas, of Naco, was in the city yesterday on a shopping trip. Christ of Latter Day Saints, will of ficiate. Local Knights Pythias will conduct services at the grave. IS SERIOUSLY ILL Norman J. McKenzie, justice of the peace at Lowell, is seriously ill at the Copper Queen hospital. Friday he suffered with two hemorrhages of the bowels, and was quite low. Yester day he rallied some but his condition is siill serious. His daughter, Flor-, ence, who was in Los Angeles, been wired to return to Bisbee. (1919) (1920) (1921) The fourth year is not complete, but the records show that I. C. Adams has drawn expenses for the first six months of the year in the amount of ! $415.40. Totals Johnson, $1462.14; Adams, $4235.23. You will please bear in mind that the total expenditures of Mr. Adams are for three and one-half years and that the total shown for Mr. Johnson F. H. were in shopping Kuck and family, of tne city last evening on a trip. George M. Roark, of Douglas, was i in the city yesterday in the interests Naco,) of his campaign. repre- sent the best interests of the taxpay ers, and if the voters of my district' I have faith in my ability and send me' 10 tne legislature, I will try my best to justify their confidence. I am against the introduction of a lot of' new laws. We have plenty already. If a good, essential menmire is intro duced, I will support it, but I intend to oppose every measure that is sug gested merely for 'tha benefit or a few." Tom has TOOK PRISONER THROUGH Depty Sheriff Ed. Leahy, of Doug las, was in the city yesterday on his way to Tombstone, having in his cus tody Dorsey Burnett, negro trooper, are for four full years. Assuming that Mrs. O. P. McRae has returned from: paigning trip, a trip to the San Pedro valley in the. vicinity of Benson on a visit to friends 1 Mrs. Leon j Douglas where he has been on a cam- REPORTS SMYRNA FALLING i in the city yesterday on a Jesse H. Snyder, Pearce cattleman, iriends. was in the city yesterday on a visit ' LONDON, Sept. 9. A wireless dis patch from Smyrna reports the sur- Mondell. of Naco, wastrender of the town to tne Turks, ae- visit to cording to a Constantinople dispatch to the "Exchange Telegraph company. to friends, today. He will return to that city Air. Adams oniy spenus I4UU.00 more i during the next six months. Cochise county will have spent $3173.09 morej for the expenses of Mr. Adams than it : spent for the expenses of Mr. Johnson. You will also notice that Mr. Adams spent only 171.50 less during his en tire four years and that Mr. Adams spent $9.25 more during the second Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jones, of Doug las, aro in the city to spend the week- ! end on a visit to friends. Miss Anna Regan left Friday eve-' ning for Tempe, where she will enter tho state normal. who was held to answer the charge of highway robbery, under a $5,000 bond. I year of his term than did Mr. Johnson Burnet t was caught after he had held I during his entire four years. It up Sergeant Jake Davenport on the I should also be remembered that the road east of Iatter's car. Douglas and taken the MARRIED YESTERDAY W. H. McKinney, former local min ing engineer, and Miss Edith Sluter, of Bayone, N. J., were married in New York yesterday morning. McKinney is an employe of the Sinclair Oil Co., of New York. They will make their home in New York. supervisors purchased a car for their exclusive use in 1920. ' The expense on the supervisors car is not included in the expense items shown under Mr. Adams' name. E. K. Foltz and wife, of Phoenix, i are in the city and are registered at the Copper Queen hotel. j Mrs. Schiller a former district res ident, is risking with friends here from her bome on the coast. ; Dr. Clnss haa positive proof that ho la able to cure tuherculORl.i by Inhalation, In anv climate. For further Information, address THE T. F. GLASS INHALANT CO.. Mason Blrlg., Lot Angela Cat. Ben Truttman, of Douglas, is in the to friends. ' C. A. Pond and Mrs. Evelyn Pond, of Tucson, are in the city for a few; days visiting friends. your information. If at .any time this office can be of Salary items have not been included ; further service, please call on me, in the above tabulation because, the A Man Buys a Home to Protect His Family. We Furnish the Insurance to Protect the Home Picture to yourself how you will feel the morning after the fire, if you neglect to take out Insurance. Many times you have done so, no doubt. Well? salary of supervisors is fixed by law. I am attaching an itemized statement showing the expense accounts of su pervisors since January 1, 1915, for I I QUAIL ARE SCARCE According to hunters who have been S out after doves and white wings, there are very few quail in the country. Kespecttully your. J. N. GAINES, Secretary Cochise County Taxpayers' ' Association'". I BOYS AND GIRLS! When your fathers and mothers were boys and girls, the banks were for grown-ups only. Children in those days seldom had bank accounts. Today things are different. Lots of Bisbee boys and girls keep their money In this bank. They know that we are their good friends that we are here to help them save, to help them build for success. We want to help YOU, too. Citizens Bank & Trust Company "WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME" MARRIED ON COAST. j i Miss Lauretta Butler, a graduate of i ! Berkeley and teacher in the local j schools the past two years, was mar-i ried in the Sorority House of which j j she was a member during her school ; ! days, on September third. The bride-1 ! groom is Mr. Horace Keeler, a stu- j dent whose term has been prolonged j I by the interruption of the war but ! i-who will receive his A. M. during tha' I next semester. Miss Butler who was gowned in white silk crepe-de-chine, j draped with Spanish lace, carried a i bouquet of lilies of the valley, and i was attended by two of her former j class mates. The Puritan double ring j marriage service was performed by i Rev. McCall of the Congregational church. The Keelers will make their home in Richmond, Calif. FAREWELL PARTY. Mrs. Nora Barrows, who is leaving for Tucson soon, was given a farewell party at South Bisbee by about 50 of her friends. STUDEBAKER SALES. T. M- Parks, Light Six roadster. H. E. Davis, Light Six touring. M. Mondell, Special Six touring. C. E. Tilfoid, Light Six touring. ANftffNlNG 9i 3 as the one from whom to buy regularly your every day shoes and clothing, and equipment in my line subject to your vote on Sept. 1 2, 1 922 and any other date you choose to come in this store as to honest values and honest quality. My administration of this trust will be one of rigid economy for you, as I am selling shoes, pants, shirts, underwear, blankets, and allied articles, more cheaply than they can be made today. W M. S I L V E R Proprietor Army Goods Store The following letter, frtm the Traffic Manager of the Cctthcrn Arizona Traffic Asso ciation, clearly indicates the high regard in which Amos A. Betts Is held by those who have had an opportunity to judge both his fitness and zeal In the office of Corporation Commissioner: ... SOUTHERN ARIZONA TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION Douglas,. Arizona, September 2, 1922. Honorable Amos A. Betts Arizona Corporation Commission, Phoenix, Arizona. Dear Mr. Betts: On behalf of my associates and myself, I cannot refrain at this time from expressing to you our apprecia tion of ycur excellent services as Commissioner of the Arizona Corporation Commission in the valuable assist ance rendered to this association at all times. It is our ardent desire to have you re-elected as a member of that body, a position which you are so ad mirably and peculiarly qualified to fulfill to the best interests of the people of Arizona as a whole, owing to the fact that you have had twenty years' experience in railroad traffic work, and your experience on the Com mission in the handling of other public utilities and the innumerable intricate problems which confront you in their regulation is' of inestimable value to the' public v With the kindest' persona! regards, and with best wishes for your re-election,1 1 am, Yours very truly, (Signed) E. R. RAUMAKER, Traffic Manager. ERR: IN AMOS A. BETTS FOR CORPORATION COMMISSIONER Subject to the will of the Democratic Voters at the Primaries, September 12, 1922. i 13. .ri. i'w,,".