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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 17h. 1903.
ji- wt a great void in the house
xj' .turo Friday. Tho Cowan
tjll with its atmosphere of Interest
had been transferred to the council,
ithere, according to the rules, it went
oh the table for a legislative day. That
clothes Its fata with great Incertitude
In he first p act the complexion of the
council in respect of the bill is a mat
tier or great doubt. If the committee
' to -which it should happen to bo re
ferred should bo unfriendly to it It
)uld be recalled only by a mliacle of
& two-thirds vote within live days.
.fjer five days there will be no legis
lature. The n"it most Interesting thing of
the 'day was the passing by the council
Ubouse bill No. 7, an amendment of
tjq live stock legislation. This was a
tiili on which the live stock sanitary
commission had labored to make it ap
plicable to the conditions in this terri
dorjy. It is In its general form the
Texas law and the commission had
made such alterations as to make it
scptable to the stockmen of Arizona.
A 1 of tho stockmen who have been
seen were pleased with it and the bill
passed wihout a single dissenting vote
, in tho house and with little opposition
'- fa the .council.
There was mother bill affecting the
' stockmen in the house. There was
' "'some opposition to it for the reason
tliat it had been prepared by a lawyer.
That fact was sufficient to enlist the
active antagonism of Messrs. Rowe
and St. Charles, notwithstanding the
assurance given them that it was one
of the things that the stockmen want
ed. T hese gent nien seamed to be la
boring under the notion that the fill-
-Mustering was sti 1 on and they ex
hausted the greater part of the after
uoon in the discussion of the measure.
Th bill related principally to actions
for tho recovery of stock killed at
railway crossings. It provides that
before action may be brought notice
of' ninety days must be given the com
i pany responsible for the killing of the
' stock. It was explained in the course
oT the dfliate hat such suits under
Oie present law usually resu'ted in the
favor of the companies which might
it Jhtj had an opportunity consent to
a compromise, thus saving the expens
es of litigation The bill was passed.
The substitute for St. Charles, pri
ciary election bill passed the house. It
differs from the original bill in that it
does aoi oo awty with the county con
vention zzi it places the expense of
l)ig primaries on the polical parties in
stead of upon the counties. It is a
sort of compromise between the Craw
ford county system and the present
free and easy Arizona system. Mr.
-JV'eljb's bill relating to court reporters
was passed in. the morning session,
t . Other measures which became half
lAws were: The bill for the erection of
land marks; a bill for the regulation of
', , die practice of pharmacy, to which Mr.
St. Charles raised the objection that it
was proposed capitalistic legis'aton
and intended, the taking of the hand
"lirg of drugs and poisons out of the
bands of the masses and putting it in
to the hands of the favored few. A bill
remodeling the law in the matter of
lileas in abatement was also passed.
The public printer bill came up in the
fcouse but was passed for investiga
tion. New bills relating to the fo'lowing
subjects were introduced: By Mr.
TVebb, relating o the election of mem-
tiers of the council and assembly; by
-if. Parr (by request) to create the
oJ5ce of public administrator; by Mr.
funonj, fixing the salaries and pre-
" A scribing , the duties of clerks of school
. . lizards. V;
i 'The bill providing for the combining
at the duties of probate judge and
county school superintendents in coun
tjps having an assessed valuation of
Oss than 53,000,000 was indefinitely
'A message was received from the
governor announcing that he had
affixed his signature to several bills
nroduced'in the house for the amend
tnent of the statutes in several unim
portant particulars. The attention of
do house was called to a serious omis
sion in one of these measures, house
tpll No. 32, in which the words, "The
Kevised Statutes" had been left out.
Tfce omission had passed the council
rjnsticed. A house concurrent resolu
flfi,t recall the bill was adopted.
L The Council
; Thp iiK-rning session of the council
largely devoted to the receiving of
amimttee reports and the acknowl-
Agemenl of the receipt of house
leisures. The bill appropriating $10,-
L0 for a monument to General W, O.
IfJeill was laid on the table for a
ifcy. The bill for the appointing of rail
road policemen was passed and the bill
ot the licensing of dogs was effect
Jially defeated. Tie house concurrent
Tftsolntipn .censuring the council for Its
aarc views on the statehood question
xas referred to the statehood commit
ter. Tire house "bill for the encourage-
nesl of the erection of beet sugar
factories was passed with an amend
r.itut MUich went the house better in
, ifrisVreVsiTig, yia time of the exemption
- front taiUUon from six years to nine
I?, Tiecouneil bill prosposlng to amend
VCyo 'aw wth respect to tnerdeptli.,of
-Qifseovery shafts was killed. Various
tiouse' bills were disposed of and the
VourTdl went Into the committee of the
thole L,r the consideration of the
fciUs relating to the territorial Institu
tions, which carry appropriations. The
committee- arose before the considera
tion was legun to receive a message
rem the Louse and never sat again.
Dth. houses adjourned until Monday.
Tomorrow we shall show
for the first time some new
dressing sacquesand kimouas.
made of colored lawns and
trimmed with plain white
Already women have begun
to call for the lightweight
dressing sacques, and these
are so pretty and low priced,
they ought to be gone in a
A few a very few of the
better sacques will be ready
at the same time. Colored
lawns and white lawns,
trimmed with lace and run
through with ribbon-
From 75c to $2.50 each.
Among the new dress
goods there is a suiting
called Knickerbocker Suiting
that is just the right weight
and just the colors for walk
ing skirts. Gray, oxford and
navy with little, uneven specks
of white and black all over it.
36 inches widej 50c a yard.
The dress goods problem
is greatly simplified this sea
sou. If you want what's cor
rect your choice simmers down
to the open mesh sorts et
aniiues, voiles, canvas cloth,
Our stock of the dress goods
is not so large as it is ex
clusive and fine and after all,
that's what most women care
Fr- in $1.15 to $1.75 a yard.
While we are on the sub
ject of dress goods, a navy
blue voile, 42 inches wide, at
65c a yard, is worth speaking
about. And navy blue is one
of .the best colors of the season.
A cream white canvas cloth,
42 inches wide, at 90c a yard,
is another of the new dress
stuffs. You'll see lots of suits
made of of this sort of goods
worn this summer especially
if you are going to the seashore.
They make a
Star shirts are to
other shirts what Dunlaphats
and Hauau shoes are to other
hats and shoes. We are al
ready showing the new pat
terns, materials and styles for
Spring. From $1.50 to $2. So
Patrick's Green Neck-Four-iu-hands,
and band bows, 50c each, club
ties, 35c all of the proper
shade of green for Tuesday,
the 17th of March. Every
man who is going to the
dance will want one.
Green silk Shamrocks, 2
t 4JcwrA) wt.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of James G. Squires, de
ceased. Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned, administrator of the estate
of James G. Squires, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice to
the said administrator at Naco, Ariz.,
the same being the place for the trans
action of business of said estate, In
said county of Cochise.
Quln J. Anderson,
Administrator of the estate of
James G. Squires, deceased.
Dated this 10th day of February,
DID YOU HAVE A GOOD
TIME LAST SUNDAY?
Come with us again and see a
Round Trip Fare 50c.
Train Leaves Bisbee at I P. M.
3 Having installed an up to date pow- gtn f. DITD ""
3 er saw we can now furnish you wood J T 1 I M -, - JE:
3 sawed in stove lengths (but not split) t uJX Vf ' f0RD
W. D. KINSEY. Uptown Agent,
Rear fire House r
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Chas. A. McDonald
Justice of the Peace
Office Djbacher Building, Brews ry Gulch. Telephone No. 133
The Arizona and Sonora Manufacturing Co.
ROY & TITCOMB, Inc. Sales Agents.
Are prepared to erect and equip Stamp Mills, Cyanide Plants, Hoist
ing Works, etc., etc. Manufacture and carry :n stock. Hoisting Engines,
Horse Whims, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, Rock Crushers, etc Carry in stock
a full line of Boilers, Engines, Pipe, Mine, Mill and Smelter Supplies.
Estimates Cheerefuliy Furnished. Correspondence Solicited.
FINEST RESORT IN THE TERRITORY
MUSICAL ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLY
Our formal-Millinery Open
ing' will take place Wednes
day and Thursday, April ist
and 2nd. Easter Sunday falls
on April T2th this year, so the
opening will be in plenty of
Harris & Greener
Dealer, in wines, Liquors
told Beer on Draught
T V 'V W T T " Vt3
"H"M""t'"fr K-K-S-S-i-fr-fr ! fr I--l !
When You Travel, Travel
f L PASO & SOUTHWESTERN R. R.
Fastest, Cleanest, Best
Through Dining Cars
Only Direct Line to El Paso
Close Connections'to an Points
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(DPoilt pulill. L trry
g VUIU UCCI Ull UIUUJHI ODpo.lt; Pul.ll. L fr-.r,
"Sole agents for Dunlap
Hats" is about the best and
briefest way to advertise them.
About every man knows about
them and how they compare
with every other hat in the
land-.-oi: rather, how other
hats fail to compare with them.
Hanan shoes is another
name to conjure with. How
many men there are who won't
buy a shoe unless they can
see the name of "Hanan"
sewed on the inside, or on the
Dunlap hats, Hanan shoes
J. E. BROWN 4 OO.
Upper Hain Street '
The BANIi of BISBEE:
, CAPITAL $50,000.00
SURPLUS $25,000.00 Deposits over Half Million.
Ben Williams, J. 8. Douglas W. H. Brophy, president,
J. B. Anglos, W. H. Brophy J. S. Douglas, vice president
M. J. Cunnlngkaxn. M. J. Connlngaam, casUer.
Drafts Issued on all part of tie -world Mexican money bouiht and told
Safety deposit boxea for rent. Branca, Naco, Arizona.
t"M"H"H"t VI tt-H. r 1 1 MHi,t... t M. t.'M"H' t t"t I"M"H .
L. C. Shattuck f
I St. Louis Beer Hall
Affect for Anheoser-Basch
Wholesale and Retail
Finest Brands of
4. 44. 4,
Half Way House..:
Choice goods constantly in stock
Case goods on demand.
SUNNY BROOK WHISKEY
ICE COLD BEER.
4 . 4. 4. 4, 4, 4, 4, .,,,
Price & Henderson
Palace Livery, Feed and Hack Stable
Mason's Old Stand. Upper Main Street.
Hack at all hours. Good rigs and Careful Drivers
8peUI Attention Given to Boarding o f Horse.
E. A. Tovrea
Ben F. Sneed
a P. Williams
E. A. TOVREA & CO.
(Successors to Torrea & Mossman)
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Cold Air Storage Market All Meats Refrigerated seven days before cutttna.
We are successfully filling a field of our own creation.
We ackntwledge no competition. Ph one 14.