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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW 1 DRIVES SHERIFF REGRETS ACTION Joe Hood Wins Lively Chase and Stops Frisky Driver With Persuasive Colts suit. lie overtook them anil irifJ 1 Tuesday Morning, December 19, 1922 Marcelino Caskanelo, a Spaniard, as arrested Sunday by Sheriff Joe Hood on a charge of reckless driv ing on the Douglas road in the vicin ity of the Forrest Ranch. He was lodged in I he branch county jail here and yesterday was released, on a $50 bond pending a hearing. Caskanelo, with three companions according to the reports, had been driving up and down the Douglas road, forcing cars they passed off the road by the 'reckless manner in which their car was being driven, heriff Hood, with his wife and son, were returning from Douglas. They received the same treatment. Sheriff Hood became a little peeved at this sort of treatment and, turn ing his car around, started in pur- to stop them. The driver of the; ear kept right on at the sheriff's car ami sirucic tne rigtii iroui len der, throwing the Sheriff's car .off the road. Then the fight was on in earnest. Hood raced through the brush, got down the road ahead of the Spaniard's car and drove his car directly across the road. When the Spaniard drove up he was looking down the barrel of a 45 Colt's. Cas kanelo then realizeft that he was up against the real thing and stop ped. One of the occupants of the car got busy while the Sheriff was talking to the driver and was hiding something in the bottom of the car which the Sheriff soon discovered was a .2.r caliber revolver. Local Briefs CHANGES IDE CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the Brotherhood of Ameri can Yoemen, Ladies Moose Heart Legion, Moose Lodge, and our many friends for the beautiful floral of ferings, also for the help and sym pathy extended us In our bereave ment. Joseph Stone. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kitchel Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rosewarne. Mrs. Aaron English. Cold tea rubbed on varnished fur niture will give it a brilliant polish. "I Want a Necklace of La Tausca Pearls" Her Dearest Wish, as Christmas approaches t to possess a Necklace of these superb gems Make her wish come true. , I There are many beautiful qualities of La Tausca Pearls at $7.50 to $150.00 a Necklace! Bergquist Jewelry Co. OPEN EVENINGS ARTHUR BLUM WINNER. Arthur Blum, carrying one of The Review, city routes, has been awarded first place in the carrier boys' circu lation contest conducted by The Re view during the past three months. Second place was won by Carl Hatch er, carrier of on of the Warren routes. All carriers made good show ings and the contest resulted in an increase of several hundred in The Review's circulation in the district. IN E; Pi S. 1. TRAFFIC DEPT. Garnett King Appointed As ; sistant Traffic Manager, With l Offices in California BANK WILL CLOSE. The Bank of Bisbee will be closed from 10 to 11 o'clock this morning while funeral services for the late W. H. Brophy are being held in Tucson. TO BE EXAMINED Thomas Colter was placed under ar rest Sunday afternoon at the Ed. Thomas ranch on the Tombstone road by Deputy SherifC Gipson to be ex amined as to his sanity. He is said to have threatened to kill the occu pants on the ranch and had ran them away 'from the house into the hills when an offiteer was sent for. Colter was committed to the state hospital for the insane from this county on July 8 of this year. He was recently released from that institution on parole. . t FROM ARAVAPAI CANYON , Charles Hansen returned Saturday from a trip to Aravapai Canyon north of Willcox. He states that there is considerable mining activity in that section of the state. MAY ENTER CARS. There is a probability that if the proposed auto races are held at the fair grounds on New Year's Day that the Studebaker and Chevrolet racing cars from Bisbee will be listed among the entries. The Studebaker captured two prizes in the racing events dur ing fair week. If the cars are entered Ogle will probably again drive the Studebaker and Gilpin the Chevrolet. SPECIAL TODAY ONLY BRIGHT COPPER FRUIT STANDS $5.00 Bergquist Jewelry Co. ) Mfl U.J. t J irrii m Mi Ul ft mt rw WILL BE HELD WEDNESDAY. The funeral services over the body of the late J. J. Connerty will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Hennessy-Allison undertak ing parlors. A son, J. 1 Connerty, arrived Saturday from Valentine, Ariz., and a daughter, Mrs. J. J. Gib bons, arrived Sunday from Ogden, Utah, to attend the funeral. TO LEVY ATTACHMENT. Constable Walter Sheppard- went out to the White City near Fort Hua chuca yesterday to levy an attach ment on a piano. He took a truck along to bring the musical instrument back to Bisbee. Irresistible Eyes are those which are Bright and Sparkling. Keep Your Eye Young and Beautiful through the daily use of Murine, it has stood toe test of time. Ac all Druggists. LYES km MO- W Only 5 More Shopping Days How about Or- W?A CHRISTM 3 , V r A o CITTTinn for your boy? A Large Assortment to Select From Ages 6 to 18 years ALL OF THESE SUITS HAVE 2 PAIR PANTS $7.95, $8.95 $9.95, $12.50, $13.50 n Official announcement has been made by T. M. Schumacher, president El Paso and Southwestern system, New York, of the election at a meet ing of the board of directors of Eu gene Fox of El Paso to the position of second vice president of that com pany. Coincident w ith this announce ment the following changes in the personnel of traffic department offi cials of the El Paso & Southwestern are effected through appointments made by Mr. Fox: N W. C. Barnes, freight traffic mana ger, will become traffic manager, con tinuing his headquarters at El Paso; Garnett King, general passenger agent is promoted to the office of assistant j traffic manager, and will be transfer- J red to San Francisco in charge of Pa-1 cific coast traffic; W. S. Da.wson, as-j sistant general freight agent, will be- j come general freight agent with El Paso as his headquarters; John D. j Mason, chief clerk in the general pas- j senger department will succeed Mr. King as general passenger agent at i El Paso; H. D. McGregor, division pas j senger agent at El Paso, is promoted to the position of assistant general j passenger agent. All 4of these changes j will become effective January 1. . j WILL MEET WEDNESDAY. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ameri- i can Legion will hold its regular busi ness meeting tomorrow evening in the Legion home at 7:30. WILL MEET TONIGHT. Arthur Notman, president of the Musical Events Club, has called a meeting of guarantors and club work ers for 7 o'clock this evening at the Y. W. C. A. DELBRIDGE APPOINTED William Delbridge, for many years a resident of Bisbee and one of the most active Democrats in the state, last night accepted appointment by Governor-Elect Hunt as parole clerk. at the state penitentiary. Delbridge was a member of the lower house of the fourth state legislature . from Cochise county. Delbridge said last night that he planned to spend Christmas in Bisbee and would then leave for Florence to take up his new duties on January 1. ANNOUNCE DANCE Bisbee Council No. 866, Knights of Columbus, is mailing invitations for a dance to be given in the K. of C. clubhouse tomorrow evening. NOT THE SOPHOMORES Sunday morning's Review gave the boys and girls basketball teams of the sophomore class "credit" for having been' defeated Saturday night by the 'junior class. This was ab solutely, positively and unequivocally an error. The .teams defeated by the juniors represented the senior class. The sophomores had no part in the game. Announce Results j of Election Held j by Industrial Body; i PHOENIX, Dec. IS Results of the annual election of. directors for the Arizona Industrial Congress were an nounced at the organization's opening convention session this morning as , follows: For agriculture: Lawrence G. Wil son, Casa Grande, (re-elected). For business and financial: Charles. F. Solomon, Tucosn, president Arizona Bankers' association. (Succeds David Goldberg, Phoenix). For livestock: Hugh E. Campbell, Flagstaff, president Arizona Wool Growers' association, (re-elected). ! For mining: T. II. O'Brien, general j manager Inspiration Consolidated Cop per company, Inspiration, (re-elected). For professional: John D. Loper, ; superintendent of schools, Phoenix. (Succeds Dr. A. M. Tuthill, Phoenix). For public utilities: Frank E. Rus sell, Tucson. (Succeds Francis S. ; Viele, Prescott). i One director was elected from each of the six divisions of the congress,; and there were candidates for eachj vacancy. A director at large will be elected at the meeting of the board of directors tomorrow afternoon. Two' directors from each group hold over, j They are: j Agriculture: C. S. Brown, president Arizona Farm Bureau Federation;; Fred Tait, president Maricopa County Farm Bureau. Business and financial: T. A. Rfor-; dan, Flagstaff; George F. Kitt, Tucson. ; Livestock: Henry G. Boice, San' Carlos, president Arizona Cattle Grow- ers' association; Lon L. k Harmon,! mayor of Phoenix. j Mining: G. H. Dowell, general man-! ager Copper Queen Branch, Phelps'; Dodge corporation, Bisbee; P, G.J Spilsbury, consulting engineer, Phoe-; nix. , Professional: J. P. Boyle, Douglas;; Dr. John E. Bacon, Miami. i Public ptilities: IT. B. Titeomb.'j president Arizona Eastern railroad,' Tucson; II. D. McVey, manager! Mountain States Telephone and Tele-j graph Co., Phoenix. At large: Jhon II. Campbell, chan cellor University of Arizona Tucson; James A. Harrison, mayor of Nogales; J. E. Franklin, president Yuma Na tional bank, Yuma. (Mr. Franklin's; term expires this year). j The election announcement showed! a total of 2,142 ballots had been cast,! regarded as an unusually high per-: centage for a state-wide public organi zation. Votes were received from; every county, ranging from 19 ini Mohave to 652 in Maricopa. Yavapai, I Cochise, Pima, Gila, and Yuma coun- ties cast heavy votes, and remarkable' interest was shown. A feature of the election was that members of the Industrial Congress who were temporarily out of the state took care to mail in their ballots justj the same. Ballots were received from1 all parts of the country: Washington state, New York state, Tennessee,' Illinois, California, Texas and others! where Arizona men were visiting. j ARE EXPECTED HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilson and daughter, Shirley, are expected to ar rive this evening from Peru where they have spent the past two years. They wfll spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hud son, of Warren. A lump of sugar soaked in vine gar will stop most cases of hic-eorjghs. TO MEET THURSDAY There will be a meeting of the Uni-1 versity of Arizona Club at 7 o'clock, Thursday evening. .Final arrange ments will be made for a dance during the Christmas week. The meeting will be held in room 219 on the second floor of the high schol building. FLAGS AT HALF MAST Many local stores and institutions will today fly flags at half mast out of respect to the memory of William I H. 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