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THE B1SBEE DAILY REVIEW Saturday Morning, November 25, 1922 SCOUTS PLAN IEK-E1 CiP Arrangement Made for Three J Day in Ramsey Canyon; Equipment Outlined j - I Boy Scouts of the county will enjoy) a week-end tamp out in Ramsey Can-! yon December 1, 2 and II. K. Fletch j er, who has several cabins in this val-! ley has given the scout organization j the use of these buildings. Each boyj will take his own food and bedding.' Scoutmasters are looking out for trans' portal ion for their troops, ko that , there will be no expense what toj the boys for this trip. Cars will leave ', Friday in time to reach the canyon j about 10:00 o'clock that morning, andj the scouts will plan on breaking camp: so that they can leave for homo at j six: o'clock Sunday evening. Com mandant Winter, of the Salvation Ar-I my, has been asked to conduct Sunday1 services for the protestant boys and ' Father Rouselle, from Douglas, will probably conduct mass for tho Catho- j lio boys. j The following is a list of provisions I and supplies that each boy must take: J 3 pork chops or other meat; 1-2 lb. j bacon or country sausage; 1-4 lb. but-j ter; 1 large loaf bread; 1-2 dozen eggsj (2 hard bailed); 7 large potatoes (3 sweet, 3 Irish); 3 apples or other I fruit; 1-2 lb. dried prunes, peaches, apricots, dates or figs, or jam; 1-2 lb. j Many avoid coughs, colds, J I bronchitis, or other winter j Sills, byproteclVig the body 9 with the consistent use of g Scoffs Emulsion It is a food and tonic rich ft in health-building a vitamines, and is a 2 source of warmth I and energy. The 1 regular use of Scctt's I I Emul&ian can&erilea strfnoth m J&ott Bowne. Bloomfield. N. J. 22-24 jjj PROTECTION ML iff Wmmwm DoIIso? A Fascinating Display iw rn Wonder dolls that talk and walk! " Dolls with moveable ejeu and real hair I Some with painted eyes and hair. Dolls to delight every child I L98 to 6.90 A Family of D0II3 . Beautifully modeled faces . . .1 . (1 A. 1 Cdios : with hair Anri niovable eyes or painted A fSji eyes and hair Some of L '"j' iiifiu H.-iiki iauy (111118 k ("-,1 fy in long dresses: manlv t-"Tc J..llo In . J l ' .1 U"N ill iiFiuiri., u.iiuijr dolls In frills and lacia! 69c to 4. 98 LYRIC THEATRE MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME By Anthony Paul Kelly Directed by Ray C. Smallwood A RAY C. SMALLWOOD PRODUCTION With an ail star cast including SIGRID HOLMQUIST MONTE BLUE LUCY FOX MATTHEW BETZ JULIA SWAYNE GORDON ADDED ATTRACTIONS: , Ruth Roland in "THE WHITE EAGLE' ALSO Ben Turpin in "BRIGHT EYES" A Screaming Two Part Mack Sennett Comedy ADMISSION: 10c, 15c, RESERVED 25c, PLUS TAX Tragedy 4 ot The frightened eyes of this eight-year-old boy had Just seen his father, John Andrews, beat his mother to death with a section of an iron bed, according to the story told the Morristown (N. J.) police. The boy is John Andrews, Jr., one of eight children. Andrews denies bis son' statement. . 1 sugar; 1 largo can evaporated milk; 1 oz. salt; 1 small can beans; 1-4 lb. cocoa (for two boys). Scouts may take cookies, cake, prepared pan-cake flour, or a small box of crackers. Each patrol should lake a frying pan and a utensil for making cocoa enough for tho patrol. Equipment should Include 1 cup, 1 fork, 1 knife (Boy Scout knife will do) 1 plate, comb, tooth-brush, paste, soai towel, an extra pair of stockings. Boy3 are asked to take thr.ee heavy double wool blankets or the equivalent and to dress warmly. The Society of Daughters of the American Revolution was organized in 1S90. xr. : I'TH 1 ! tJL -i ncorpcrated 312 DEPARTMENT STORES Sturdy Dells Chubby dolls with move able arms and legs and real hair! Also painted hair. Some are jauntily clad in sweater and cap; others In cunning romp ers. Also undressed dolls for ' the little girl who likes to make her owa doll's wardrobe! 69c to 1.25 TODAY ONLY 99 I! ill A. P. Official Loud in Praise of Roads in Southern Arizona I Paul Cowles, superintendent of thej j western division of tho Associated I I Press, left for Douglas yesterday af- ter a brief visit in Pisbee. Cowles left' Douglas last night, for El Paso from where he will go to New York City for a conference with Frederick Roy Mar tin, general manager of the Associat ed Press. Cowles was favorably impressed with both TJisbee and Douglas, and was loud in praises of the energetic spirit he found in tho two communi ties. Roads in Arizona, said Cowles, were a revelation to Californians vis- iting this state for the first time. He i was amazed, he said, at the Iiisbee j Douglas concrete' highway, as well as ' at the excellent roads he traveled over in the vicinity of Tucson and Ilisbee. t Local Briefs HAS RETURNED. A. V. Newlin has returned from Clifton where he has been for the past i three months in charge of the sawmill j of the A. C. Copper Company. He went up there from here to saw up the timbers in stock there. The tim ber wa3 taken over when the mines were purchased by the Phelps-Dodge interests. ON SHORT VISIT- Ernest Hughes, who was a resident of the district for a number of years, was in the city yesterday from his present home in the vicinity of Tucson where he has a tract of farming land. I INSPECTING HOLDINGS. i C. O. Colson has returned from Casa Grande where he has been for the past; week. From there he went to Phoe-j nix and spent a few days. ON WAY HOME. Harry Clark, superintendent of the C. & A. smelter at Douglas, was in the city last evening with a party of friends enroute home from a fishing trip to the Gulf of California. He re ports that there were a number of se vere storms on the coast while they were there that made the fishing not as good as at other times. However, the party caught plenty to eat and had a good outing. BROUGHT OVER TODAY. Sheriff Joe Hood returned to Tomb stone last evening with Carl Carley, who is wanted here on a charge of passing bogus checks. He was arrest ed at Winkleman. He will be brought! over here this morning to bo given a j preliminary examination. Since the first complaint was filed other checks! have been returned from the Winkle-; man bank marked "Not Sufficient Funds." TRUCKS THROUGH. Seven army trucks that were turned over to the state road department at T". 1 mi 1 1 uuugias ou inursuay were ariven through here yesterday on their way to Phoenix. .The majority of the trucks were in good condition while one or two of them were hardly able to pull the grades and had to be as sisted by the others. After being overhauled they will be distributed through the different counties of the j state where road camps are located. APPOINTED ADMINISTRATORS. According to orders made in the 1 nrobate side of the superior court : 1 Fred Sutter has been appointed as ad-i ministrator of the estate of the late Henry K. Street and Mrs. Josenhina Wright of the estate of the late Mrs.j Maud Arbuckle, her mother. TO SPEND WINTER HERE. Mrs. George A. Denny arrived in the city Tuesday from Michigan to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. T. P. Quinn of Higgins Hill. THANKSGIVING RATES. The E. P. & S. W. railroad company has announced fare and a half round trip rates for Thanksgiving. The rate3 will apply to points in Arizona, New Mexico and California. The tickets will be placed on sale on November 29 and 30 and will be good! returning until Dec. 4. UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS. There are undelivered telegrams at I the Western Union office for John j Sloan and C. II. Overkamp. Dr. BELL'S r Pine-Tar Honey Banishes Cbu$is aiidQd&i The slightest cold may develop Into grippe or influenza. Be pro tected at th first sneeze begin taking Dr. Ilcll't. Thli coed old ttim plna &ur-honey eyrup quickly stop the ti:Mett coufhs, and eases fever ish, hi'adachv colds. Pleatiant. harm. ' spltndid for chi:drrnl At ait 't ..-,Nta. TrtSift on Dn.DML'5. Thrift ' y V':--'.r- ', v tx Enterprising business men in New Brunswick, V. J-. have seen the advertising possibilities in tha Hall murder. Here are specimens of signs erected for the double pur pose of guiding morbid visitors ana securing publicity. MOVIES "The Dictator" mi TO ib'.W WALLACE -RErD- Parxr.ount Picture 'The, Dictator. ' For genuine thrills, excitement and; laughs, there are few pictures seen here this season that will equal "The Dictator," a Paramount picture starr ing Wallace Reid, which opened at the Central theatre From start to finish the action is rapid and produced on a massive scale, with superb character izations and splendid photography, This picture deserves the success that attended its premiere here. Wallace Reid is ftdeouately support ed by Lila Lee as leading woman, Theodore Kosloff, Alan Hale, Kalla Pasha and other sterling players. It is a delightful photoplay in every re spect, the story dealing with love and revolution in Latin-America? James Cruze was the director and he acquit ted himself well. "Great Impersonation" WThen two men who are alike as two peas meet, something is bound to hap pen. That is the principal situation in "The Great Impersonation," which was shown with great success at the Eagle theatre yesterday. It is a Par amount picture produced by George Melford,- James Kirkwood plays the dual role of a young German military commandant and an English noble man, two men who look exactly alike. Fate brings them together and the German, the better to serve the Kai ser, who is planning his great attack on civilization, determines to do away with the Englishman and imperson ate him in his own country. But at the finish there is one of the most un usual developments ever seen in a photoplay' and one that will surprise the most blase audience. ,' . .'. Mr. Kirkwood and Ann Forrest are admirable in their respective leadin; roles. , "My Old Kentucky Home" "Weep no more my Honey." Coming along at break-neck speed In a field surmounted with class is "My Old Kentucky Home," ono or the season's greatest human dramas of mother love named after the famous ballad which comes to the Lyric thea tre today. "My Old Kentucky Home" will make your blood tingle with excitement, will arouse your sympathy and give you Remove poisonous waste 1 mi?4 Dr. KINGS PILLS jM "for constipation It I m 4 mi Three Bisbee Girls Arrive in England; Make Voyage Alone Marjorie, 7, Elsie, 8, and Millicent Rummy, 9, daughters of Joe Runiney, of this city, have arrived safely in Cumberland, England, according to a letter received by their father yester day. The three little girls left here about two months ago, making the en tire trip alone. In Chicago they were interviewed by a flock of reporters and had their photographs on the first page of one of the windy city dailies. Friends of their father met them in New York City and placed them on a trans-Atlantic liner. Tho little folks are now visiting wills their grandmother and will prob ably remain in England for the next year. Personal Ma.irice Ii!i'm stone yesterday lthal was in on business Tomb beiore the Superior Court. Ray H. Krehs was a visitor to the district jesterday on business con ..ectod with his interests here. Attorney Hruce Stephenson was in the city last evening o.i his way home to Douglas. Wallace McKeehan and wile were in the city yesterday from th?ir iome in Leslie Canyon in the Swiss helms. - A. N. Ewiiig was over ironi Tomb stone yesterday on a short visit to i .lis family. Attorneys Alexander Thomas returned last Tombstone where they court business for the Muvry Fraak evening frorr. have been on past week. Vera McCutcheon and wife, 0; Tombstone, were in the city yoster Jay oil a visit to relatives. Mrs. A. G. McGregor and have returned home from to friends in Prescott. children a visit County Recorder H. L. Hutchison vvas in the city yesterday on his way lcme from a trip to Douglas. pfputy Sheriff Ed. Leahy of Doug las was in the city last evening on his way home from Tombstone where he had been o court business. Deputy Sheriff Cahrles Davis re turned from Tombstone last night 'here he had been a witness in the superior court. Mrs. Joe Williams and two daugh ters left last night for Los Angeles where they will make their future home. Hoval A. Smith was in Douglas yes terday on mining business. an insight into a real Southern ro mance such as you only read about. It's a story of the South told in all the homely spirit that only Southern stories can reveal and is enacted by an all-star cast headed by Monte Blue one of the country's favorite screen actors.- Skin Ablas With Constant Itching Almost Unbearable! We know there Is one thinff that atopt eczema, and that Is more red-blood-cell! S. S. 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Smith, Tear! St., Newark, Ohio, , writes: "My littlt girl had a very lad eat t ; cxma. Sht began taking S. S. S. and is well now. I thank you very much. 1 Ml my friend what a good mtdicin it it. I j cannot talk too much about it. for I know ! it is O. K." ! Here is your opportunity. S. S. S. con- j tains only vegetable medicinal ingredients, Uccnu'ip S. S. S. dues build red-blood-cclls. It routs rheumatism, luilds firm flesh, ' fills out hollow checks, beautificr the com- i plexlon, builds you up when you are run down. S. S. S. In sold at all dnifr stores. In two eh-cs. The larger cize bottle Is the ! more economical. I makes yon feel Kke yourself again INT GUILTY, VERDSGT Jury Acquits Bisebee Man After Deliberating Thirty Minutes Yesterday TOMBSTONE, Nov. 24. After de-' liberating one-half hour, the jury in the Crochunis case returned into c ourt ' at 4:."0 o'clock with a verdict of not guilt v. ! 1 The case of the State vs. Frank Cro chunis, which has been on trial In the superior court since Tuesday morn ing was completed at 3:30 this after-, noon, when the jury retired for their I deliberations. I The case developed into a hard le-J gal battle between County Attorney John F. Ross and his Assistant Walter' Itoche for the state, and Alexander I Murry and Frank Thomas for the de l fensr. A large number of witnesses were placed on tha stand by both! sides, and considerable time elapsed j through the necessity of interpreters! to pass the testimony of several of the witnesses. i At 11:15 this morning all testimony! had been presented and the court an-i nounced that arguments would be lim-' ited, one hour and 25 minutes being! allotted each side. ! Tomorrow morning at :30 the case! of the State vs. Joe Troglio, charged) with attempt to commit murder dur-i ing an altercation with Tony Giacoma' at the Tombstone Auto company, in this city, will go to trial. . ! This is Ihe second trial or the case,1 the first having resulted in a hung! jury. Jurors who had been excused until, 1:30 thin afternoon, following the se-! lection of the Crochunis jury, were; excused until 9:30 tomorrow morning; by Judge Albert M. Sames. 1 Mrs. M. Frewer and daughter left! last night on the Golden State Limited: for Los Angeles. Judge N. J. McKinzie was in Tomb stone yesterday on business before the superior court. New Ford 12 days old Oversize Joodyear cord tires Dash Light and cut out and spare tire going at reg ular Ford price Cash terms or trade. Krebs Auto Company See Reese Lowell Phone 34. LWAYS TIRED AMBITION Nervous and Dizzy, Every- ; thing Seemed, to Worry Me. ' How I Got Well ! . Larwill, Indiana. "My back wa3 so ' bad I could not do my washing. I wasal- ! ways tired out and : had no ambition, was j nervous and dizzy' and everything) seemed to worry me and I had awful pains 1 in my rieht side. I ' felt badly about four ! years and could not 1 do my work as it ! should have been i done. IsawLydiaE. Pinkham's Vege table Comrjound ad vertised eo much and it did so many peo ple good that I began to take it myself. 1 am feeling fine now and everyone tells me they never saw me looking so well. I live on a farm, do all my work, and have three little girls to takecare of. I am recommending this medicine to my friends and know it will help them if they use it like I do. " Mrs. Herbert Long, R. R. 3, Box 7, Larwill, Indiana. Many women keep about their work when it is a great etTort. They are al ways tired out and have no ambition. When you are in this condition give it prompt attention. Take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for it is especially adapted to correct such troubles, as it did for Mrs. Long. rFMHTR A I VHill 1 JsL Also International News EAGLE NO 1 ipiiii iiir 1 Another big one by the director of 'The Shiek' and 'The Right to Love' GEORGE MELFORD Presents Paramount's Super-Special " The Great Impersonation" With JAMES KIRKWOOD and ANN FORREST, supported by a big cast of Paramount stars. Also Urban's Movie Chats and MONTY BANKS in his latest two part comedy, "THE ARTIST" Th us of egg at Easter is a sur vival of a pagan custom, quite unre lated to Christianity. The State Teacher's Examination will be held in the office of the Couniy School Superintendent on Monday and Tuesday, December fourth and fifth. Whipcords Just received a new ship ment of these popular suits. $37io - $42.5o Fashion Park Clothiers i John McCormack SINGS Three o'Clock in the Morning' Hear this special Victor Record TALKING MACHINE SHOP Today From 1 to 11 Eagle Sunday and Monday Urban's Movie Chats Today From 1 to 1 1 Central Sunday. Mondav 6 0 ' K if I . "-i w "