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Bisbee daily review. [volume] (Bisbee, Ariz.) 1901-1971, September 20, 1922, Image 8

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Wednesday Morning, September 20, 1922
r Purses Than Ever to
Be Given Successful Con
testants in Rodeo
The biggest rodeo and wild west
show ever given in Bisbee will be held
this afternoon ai warren Park as the.
big feature of the local fair. The
sports committee was toid to put on,
a show to surpass that of last Fourth,
of July and the only way Harlie Cox,'
Billy Woods and Joe Boyle knew how!
to do it was to offer bigger purses anT
this they did. i
The committee states that cow-:
j-unohers are coming from distances j
of more than a hundred miles to com
pete fcr the prizes and that a reali
rodeo, one worth traveling miles toj
see, will be put on for the entertain-!
mnt of the home folks and the visit-;
ora as well.
The committee has a bunch of:
10 Off
Mention thi3 ad and get a
discount on any article in
our store.
& Store
bronchos, some of them equal to
'Steamboat" or "Rockingchair," that
formerly held forth at the Cheyenne
Frontier Days and that brought many
a cowboy to earth in the attempt to
win the broncho riding contest. The
man who wins that hundred dollar
tirst prize will sure earn it, says Billy
Woods. .
" Altogether the program consists of
five big events for which prizes of
SS2.1 are offered. Three hours, from
1:30 to 4:30 has been allotted to the
rodeo and there will be something do-
tnp; every minute. There will be no
tiiesome delays and everything will
come off on schedule.
Kntrics will be accepted on the
grounds for the various events. J. B.
Potier will be clerk of the course.
Ruli's for all contests will be read on
the grounds previous to the contests.
Here is the order of events:
Relay cow pony race, entry fee
$10. First prize $150; second prize
Calf roping contest, entry fee $10.
First prize $200; second prize $100.
Broncho riding contest, entry fee
$10. First prize $100; second prize
Cow pony race, entry fee $3. First
prize $75; second prize $25.
Toys' ridB race for boys under 15
years old, entry fee 50 cents. First
prizo $15; second prize $10.
Children will be admitted to the
grounds for half price.
Aquatic Events
At 4:30 today Warren swimming
pool will be the scene of some lively
equatic events and one of the features
will be the judging of Bisbee's bath
ing beauties. To the fairest of the
fair ones will be awarded a silver lov
ing cup, second prize will be a swim
ming suit. The committee in charge
are confident that the cup will remain
in the Warren district. Carson, the
photographer, as an additional Incen
tive to fair bathers, will give to the
winner one dozen photographs and tc
the girl winning second prize one-hal;
dozen likenesses of herself.
Prizes In the aquatic events and
bathing beauty contest are on display
ct Kobey's and Bergquist Jewelrj.
Supervisor's Board
Completes Canvass
of Election Result
Local Briefs
Big hits on the Edison Stumbling
Sweet Indiana Home Say It While
Dancing Neath the South Sea Moon
Soothing All Over Nothing at All
Lovable Eyes--Georgette Haunting
Come in and hear them.
Cuticura Soap
Without Mug
CotiCTin 8op to ttw ffiTorito forrtyrorhTin.
"Justins" Riding Boots
-'- Sold at Justins' Catalogue Prices
We have six pair in stock and as a SPECIAL will give
10 Off to anyone entered in the SPORTS the 20th.
$33.50 BlueSerge Suit Special $33.50
A1 guaranteed sun-proof, heavy serge- really a won
derful value. $10.00 for extra pants to match.
New Fall Hats Many, Many, Styles
Stetsons.... $7.50 ; Mallorys.... r:r..$6.50
Others at...1 , ..$5.00 . -. :
-Phoenix, Silk Hose for the Ladies
$1.20 r $1.55 ' $2.10
A wonder hose for wear all silk.
NETTLETON SHOES when you want a real SHOE
Society Brand Suits
nifty NEW SPORT MODELS just in
as well as those Man Tailored Coats for WOMEN.
THE best we have in MERCHANDISE and SERVICE
is yours always no fooling.
The Safe Place-MAIN ST
The Board of supervisors last eve
ning completed the canvass of t lie
primary election returs. The clerks
however did not have time to make up
the totals received by each of the can
didates but this work will be started
this morning. The canvass of the re
turns was a hard job. There were re
turns from 59 precincts and from some
precincts there were over 125 names
to be checked besides the votes on all
the amendments. It is expected that
the total votes received by all of the
candidates will be ready for publica
tion this evening and in the morning
Clerk Hankins announced last eve
ning that he would mail out today the
list of those who were, elected as pre
cinct committeemen ftom the differ
ent precincts to the chairman of each
of the two parties so that they could
get out notices for the meeting of that
body which must be held not next
Tuesday according to the law.
Mrs. F- S. Shine sailed from France
on September lfi, according to advices'
to friends here, accompanying the
body of Dr. F. E. Shine, formerly:
chief surgeon of the Phelps Dodge'
Corporation, Copper Queen Branch,'
and for many years a resident ol the;
district. The remains are expected
j to arrive in Los Angeles on Septem
ber 28th.
The argument on the motion for a
dismissal of the charges against Alma
with a statutory offense, which was to
have been heard yesterday afternoon
by Judge Craig, has been continued;
until Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
after the hearing of Bill Uren on the
same charge. . .
Yesterday was naturalization day in!
Tombstone in the superior court. A
number of applicants and their wit-'
nesses went over from here to be on
band before the IT. S. examiner.
Property owners are now receiving
statements from County Treasurer
Guy C. Welch, of their first install
ment of county and state taxes which
are now due. ' The statement shows a
slight decrease over last year.
A social meeting will be held after
the business meeting on Friday eve
ning of the Moose Legion at their
home. All ladies of the Moose Heart,
members of the Moose and their
friends arei nvited.
Count Tolstoy, of
Russia, to Lecture
at Local Y.M.C.A.
Dr. V. ,P. Sims and wife were in
Douglas yesterday on a short visit to
K. V. Beddow, chairman of the Dem
ocratic committee was in Douglas yes
terday on a short vlBit.
M. I. McKelligon went to Douglas
yesterday to spend the day on a visit
with friends.
Mrs. Charlotte Gill is in. Douglas for
a few days as a guest of Mrs. E. C.
Quite a number of Warren District
fight fans went to Douglas last eve
ning to witness the bout between Kid
Palmer and Charlie Hyland. Hyland
got tire decision over Palmer when
they met last time In Jack Doyle's
arena at Vernon, Calif.
All members of local Legion Aux
ilary are requested to be at the Legion
Home at 4 o'clock this p. m. to assist
in 'serving refreshments to visiting
delegates to State Convention from
:30 to 5:30.
An announcement was posted on the
local stock boards yesterday to the ef
fect that hte regular quarterly divi
dend of $1.00 per share would be paid
on October 3Q to the stock holders of
the Phelps Dodge Corporation.
The meetings of the Business Girls'
' Club will be resumed Thursday Sep-
tember 21, when a dinner will be ser
ved at the Y. W. C. A., at 6:00. Miss
Saxby, the Girls' Secretary will be pres
ent and help plan for the coming year.
I About 100,000,000 barrels of Port
i land cement were manufactured in the
j JLJnited States in 1921.
j The United States treasury is paying
l nuneinna in CM U'l'lnu'o rf tVio War r.f
i 1812.
On Friday evening, September 29th
at 8 p. m. at the high school. Count!
Ilya Tolstoi will lecture under the1
auspices of the Bisbee Y. M. C. A. on !
the subject, "The Truth About Rus
sia." The Count is one of those world:
heroes of international reputation to!
whom the truth is more important'
than wealth, reputation or life itself,'
and he has risked them all to tell thej
truth as he sees it. , j
This will be a splendid opportunity!
to get the facts about the situation
in famine stricken Russia. So much!
propaganda and distortion of facts
has been printed in this country that;
one has been at a loss to know what1
to believe. The Count is in a posi
tion to know whereof he speaks. ,
Further information on the coming,
lecture will be published at a. later i
date. .- !
Pay Day
Candy Special
y2 lb.
Special Lunch at Noon
WASHr.VGTOX. Sept. 18. Mrs.1.
Harding was reported as greatly im
proved today at the White House, her
condition was so satisfactory that the
president for the first time since she
became critically ill ten days ago left'
uie executive grounus lor exercise.
Jack O'Connor and family of Doug
las were in the city yesterday on a
visit to relatives.
R. X. French, candidate for superior
judge, on the Democratic ticket, was in
the city last evening, on his way to
Douglas from a trip to Tombstone.
Porter McDonald, constable of the
Tombstone precinct, was In the dry
yesterday on a short business trip.
Miss Ifen Brown, county schoo
superintendent, was In the city yes
terday' on business connected with her
County Engineer Syd Smith was in
the city last evening on his way to
Tombstone from a trip in the eastern
part of the county.
Wiliam Lutely, Tombstone cattle
man was in the city yesterday on a
short business trip.
Owen Murphy was a visitor to the
county seat yesterday from his home
in Lowell.
Alexarder Murry-was called to the
county seat yesterday on business be
for the superior court. He wa accom-.
panied by bis wife.
Mrs. C. E. Winstead returned yes
terday from California where she has
been visiting with her daughters for
the past few weeks.
. Henry Bohmfalk was in Tombstone
yesterday on a short business trip.
Mrs. Fannie Shaw of Ft. Huachuca
was in the city yesterday on a visit
to friends.
Frank, Winters, Tombstone mining;
man, was in the city yesterday, on a
business mission.
William Hughes, Hereford rancher,
was in the city yesterday, en a bus
iness trip.
J. W. Fourr, constable of Douglas
precinct, was In the city yesterday, on
his way home from a trip to Tombstone.
Bert Washburn was in Tombstone
yesterday on a short business trip".
Mrs. Emma Wolcott of Warren has
returned from a business trip to the
county seat.
John Hart, chairman of the board of
supervisors, was in the city yesterday
on his way home to Douglas from a
meeting of the board at Tombstone, j
1 i ' ' .
'C, E., Crosg of Douglas, was in the
the city yesterday on a short visit to
Mrs. Paul Lorenzen returned yester
day from Los Angeles where she has
been for the past two weeks.
Pierre Mariotte was in Tombstone
yesterday on business before the su
perior court.
Chris Dabovich of the Depot Market
was in Tombstone yesterday as a wit
ness before the superior court.
J. Ferguson returned to Tombstone
yesterday after a few days visit here.
I Postoffice Inspector Chance left yes
terday for Tucson after a few days
I visit here on official business.
There are five women in th muni
cipal council of Amsterdam.
There are &00 varieties of dhMas
now on the market.
1 ?&i-i&LJ 1
72 hears of
CiJpe roastiw r
That helps to explain why Folger's
trolden date Coiiee is chaerent in
taste from other coffee and better."
3oa Franciico - Kansas City - Dallas
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sZSSpk they liked
Let us supply you with
Our Stock is Complete
Lumber Co.
Phone 25
Lowell Car Stop
' Lowell
;. Day wjtgr"
Sale r )
A lovely, showing of new Fall Hats for street wear
of Parine Velvet. Werth from $8 to $10. On sale at
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'Oresses of. Pure Wool; Tricotin and Serge. .Eape- '
clally priced at ' - -'
Georgette and Silk Blouses. Wonderful values for
An attractive selection of Sweaters for sport wear.
Charming colors.
Everwear and Phoenix Hosiery.
Hemstitching. Picotmg, Pleating, 10c yard
V '1
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Slip-Over Sweaters in all colors imaginable.
Priced at
$2.95, $3.95, $4.25 and $4.75
Coat Sweaters, Tuxedo front, tailored belted models
and button front, in all the new Blues, Browns and
American Beauty colors. Priced at
5.95 and $6.50
Children's Button Front, Belted Cpat Sweaters.
Also Slip-Overs,' ages 4 to 12 years.' ' Priced at-1-
$3.50 and $5.50 .
Children's Knit Capes, Link a
Link weave; sizes 2 to 6 years....
Fiber Tuxedo Coats for children,
from 2 to 3 years of age

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