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lywpg DAILY .REVIEW-FRIDAY MORNINGL, :AUG.VSr2Br"Wa:
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:A SLIGHT MOVEMENT TOWARD SIM
PLE EFFECTS IN DRESS.
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The Fair Store f We-laif, Store I The Fair Store
RICARDO SANDOVAL "ARRESTED
Pmtenti Hu&rd - ft H&rykim, Lot
'tattles. Send for fre bojk on
Soap, perfumes, combs, brushes and
MM articles, at Central Pharmacy.
Auk jour cocer tor Eureka. Lemon
Tub Extract, only manufactured by
R. Maler & Co., Benson, Arizona. .
MOTEL WILSON, 125 VV. First St.
Well lighted, airy rooms, neatly
furnished and clean. European
plan. Rates 50c to $1.50 per day.
All street cars pass the house.
The Blsbee Drug Co. Is constantly.
Wcelvlng large" Supplies of drugs and
n&drles, so their stock kls ke.pt. ireihj.
and the dispensing Is done by compe
tWt pharmacists 'on.yl which insure
fomptness. and accuracy.
JThen you want to rent a house call
and see Wallace's list. No trouble tc
how houses, horse and wagon always
fctlthe door. 1. W Wallace B-lt-tf-
ittu. Moliie Allen, of South Fork
K., says she has prevented attacks
of cholera morbus by taking Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
when she felt an- attack coming on"
Buch attacks are usually caused by In
digestion and these Tablets are Just
"That Is needed to cleanse the stom
ach and wa'd otf the -approaching at
tick. Attscts of blUei:" coUc ,
ba TirevGntod In tha saqu . r-.r
ml uv u wrr!3lB.
When you want a physic hat "'
mild and centle. easy to take and
certain to act, always use. Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
For sale by all druggists,
For up-to-date photographs go ti
Coyle's Studio, opposite Po.stofflce.
Blsbee. Arizona. 8-5 3m
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'Nine houses, IS loTs, $150.00' rental
Income per months term jeasy price,
-, Fine cortape, four rodinsT modern
equipments, corner property; $l,-l
wo.po. . ,
TWo corner lots", 16'ih sL, $310.00.
Two lots on. F ave. next. to. two. lots.
Business-Tpropert7 residence prop
erty anrd ranch property
For sale by ' . A
H. CLAY HIEBRICK,
building, Douglas, Ariz.
r- C. W. BLACK, Prop.
The best of beer and choice
wines, libuors and cigars.
ROBT. HENNESSY, -
Rolled. Steel rand Metallic Cuh
keta. Embalming tpocialty
Lady assistant lor. ladle and
Prompt attentlon-to night calls.
Tlphon No. 157
Dajt;drik; bqtifj yon do
Wilt mxi in rear
MA rTMEMS MAI TIN. Prop.
Ranjers AIII:cn a" J Jorgenson Mak
the Arrest In Srr.elter City U. S
Court Commissioner Holds Him.
Captaln'Tcm Rynnfrg. of the rang
e;s. passei through IJisbae; last even
ing wi h Rlcardb Sandoval as a priso
ner. Sandoval was bound over to
await the actlon: of the U. S. grand
jury at -the December term of court
for smuggling silk goods across the
lire Into the Vnlfel States. He a:
arraigned before U. S. Court Commls
EloneyEr'K.'Tirne "yesterday and the
testimony cf the customs offlcialhr
awo're !ibr the complalnPTiniler which
the arrest was wade ifUteJij:lfint nc
warrant the commissioner holding tjie
defendant.,,, , Jp
Sandoval Is charged with havlij.
on' or about the loth of the pre.eht
month.; smuggled silk 'gotfds Into th'is
county. and selling the same in Doug
las. Customs Inspector Dick Rey
nolds swore cat the complaint on In
formation furnished by the rangers.
who had seen Sandoval attempting to
dispone of the goods en the streets of
-; It is charged that the silks were
-?tolenjby Sardoval from Mr. S'evps
a merchant of. Anua Prleta. a. little
Mexican town lust across the line
from Douglas. When arrested Sando
vaT bad the goo's 'n hU possession
rd hfd alrea"- sold many pieces of
the vr.luable stuff.
Sndovsl is nrr o'd offender In
Douglas last spring he -was arreMd
on a charge "of having stolen valuable
lewelfy from the room of Irs. Flynn
in 'he Central lolcing house. He was
captured a few hours after" the -act
was ccrami'tel bv Captain Rynninsr
who found him in a house In the
His case was d'sms-ed bv the
err"-! Jury at the .lune -term of the
disroot court." Sandoval Is considered
a tough character by the offirers of
the smelter citv and his Thieving
qualities. -are aboutihis:-onlr accom
plishment,. He ,1s known -to- contort
with women of the half world, but-
has never earnedt much ofTa reputa
ftorf asan lnttustriouS' worker. -
Sandoval was lodged in the Tomb
stone -ja'il Ks,t' night, where he will
lanpuNh until the U. S. court, con
venes in December. - ' '
VISIT TO ARIZONA.
DetjqU uvCr-jtUsts.,s-yisit-i.' Arjzqna
5ULCes-T.ucsat: and Glahr, ,. the
On Wednesday's e-aUbound passen
ger train on S P. -was attached he
Pullman C3r Searfhlight, j cpntalnlng
a party rf De-rcit capitalists on their
way "o Tuctcn. anJ will spnil the
next two weeks In Inspecting mining
properties in the vicinity of Tucson
and G!o"be. The party were- In charge
of Pnrter Ftenilni;. Who is now rep
resenting a mfrnber of Arizona mining
properties and has been successful
In intferefcting capitalists in Arizona
The party consisted of the iollowrt:?
prominent Detroit business men: -
Hon William T. McGraw, Ex-State
Senator. ir-hiei of-Dtrlioit Toliae-
co company. dlrectbr'Glbbe 'Tobacco
company, presides Detroit Cash Reg
ister company; Edward -R.-Kranch,
financial and political editor of DS.
trolt Free Press, Director Duluti
Steamship; company: Conrad Preis
er, president of C .Pfeiffer Brewing
company, Detroit StcJeK CooperagJ
company; John -Fulda, president EclS
hardl-Beecher Brewing company
Jonathan Palmer Jr., aforney at lw
Director Sun-Steve- company? "Director
Dr. D. A. McLaehlv'fn, president Sun
Stove company, Director ' Penin'sular
Ea-IngS Baflk, Detroit land the Sra'e
Savings Baqjv, A Arbor; ,Ii J. Bick
ery. state manager of Minnesota. Mu
tual; nfd Insurance company; B.
IVjiaiUejJfeYr secretary and treasurer
.The. Verbiest Manufacturing compa-
Lny,; Claranca S:, Fleming., .assistant
cashier Divine -Savings Bank, De
.troitv Fred .Sanders, merchant and
Lproperty owner; Lou Burt, ccmy
;, William -H. rfHtOrts;?-.
county clefts. Capt'aln ibert.E. S'ew
arr. vessel owner, manager 1 cfj the
Stewart' Tran'sportatfon 'cdmpfi-'v
William. E. Barker of W, E. Barker
&-Co, furniture deafers; Pres. W. P.
Putnam, Michigan". tMa'eabla Iron
Wftrfcs, Porter W. TTemlng. attorney
at la-rf. mining specialist: J. D. "lr
Jen, mining engineer. General nan-ager-and
and- -Metsrt' rompany: Charter -rr.
ruckner.- representlnsDetroIt Jwrs
nal; Dr. Jojin Bussellpreiiseht Pa
cific Mining 'and' Me-alsompany.
, - NOTICE.- - , -
1 All members of Ratbbo'ne; Iiodge,
No 10, K of P., are requestedto meet
irTI5rarvhall at 1:30 p. m., Friday,
Augustjath, 903, ,to$ tb,e purpose,oj
atteaing the" funeral -cf Sir late
Brother. G. A. Phelps.
It JAMES ALLISON, C,
tXfbrary Ball an
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-aifcrfiii-Trttr i-f-ifA-f.',iT5,fxun? VJW" Jar"
rnrin Covrna rialn, but Clilo Chnrni
,lusr Tulletii Fup 1-nnlalunable He
ortk Uolifro With Lxirjce Flu'tnK
Alervefc Muliutr Iuch AVorn.
Just now lavisliness In dress seems
snparalleletl. The tendency to rich-1
ne. and lnxur- appears, ou the sur-,
'ace. to be increasing with every I
ihanre of season. Therefore it may ,
not be ami1- to note "a little rift in
CO'ITME IS CORN COLOn ANl VIOLCT.
the Lite" n-hlcli may more or less
inickly transfonu the whole tone of
fashion once im.ro.
From Paris comes the murmur of n
revived devotion to simplicity in the
modes. Already the linens, i-ottons
mid canvases made tip for 1'jrisiennes
show this mnti!fcst:itir.-i of the U'tter
taste. A plain linen or sere wnikins
dress or a costume suitable for yacht
lug or the seaside resort ow.-s us
cachet to extreide plainness and per
fect cut. In general, however,' elaTjo
The charm of summer resort gowns
ore well shown in the cuts. First Is
a silk muslin lu a delicate corn shade,
finely plaited and strewn with large
printed rosea -with green foliage. Neck
and hip yokes, together with the-cuKs.
are In Irish lace 6ver parma violet
silk.? nutfhes of white gnute fraro'e he
foot flounce. Violet gaune -forms the
corselet and drapery. -Tlie purt-e and
parasol recall" the colors of the, gown.
A violet ribbon and feathej encircle
the low crown of the fehady hat la
coarse maize straw.
A short bolero with large flowing
leeves In biscuit colured-.-voile.trimmecl
with a self toned embroidery and eai-brouler-l
uppllciues lu -lolet silk
streaked with silver thread is a strik
ing point of the. second toilet sliowo.
i limp ornnments and tassels ijruup
from the ioeve? over Jhe leep lacL
Inlis. A corselet belt Is draptil rmin.i
the fuii Until bIous-. The shepherded-.
' : ntOt-K ix rise rn1 vETLhcu.
bat in straw, matching the toilet. Is
'rimmed vclth a cluster of ostrich tips
arid an auiazon feather In white anl
icru. with draper- of violet muslfu and
black velvet ribbon.
'Molialr- is now 'much used. for serv
iceable, walking gowns, and the sun
Burst model Is found very adaptable to
Fichus, scarfs, shoulder capo3 and
(he long, drooplns shoulder seam give
the ruling effect;
The kimpuo is the popular dressing
sack of "the day. It Is'both. picturesque
and comfortable, and triay be carried
Jut In a great variety of material, dim
ity being one-of the goods' In vogue. '
?The tailored gown Is now required
i"or shopping and walking, arid, as "to
the skirt. It Jest touches the ground.
The genuine outing skirt should clear
the ground by some Inches.
Blackberries In the full richness of,.
their own Juices (no sugar) will be
found in the summer both hppetlzirig'
and healthful. A. little,, swetitenln!;,
ttay be added when ferrtns them. Se
lect' the r fruit when" weather ' Is dry
rather 'tli'an.' damp an'd preferably the
uncultivated . berry. Pick 'overw-asti
aji'd drain; thoroughly. rileat';sfwly;-at'
first tc5 estraift i-the-jtrlcei! the-Tcook a
ffrtcminntea -oriiy.' FUr-the'Jarf'aiKf
f"1- &W PplWo V
aadThe rtnHMjure better. lable Talk.
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School opens Monday, August 31.
Make all tour preparations forthe" litU"ec1i11(1reTV outfitting the big- t-nes will
look after tbem.selve?; at leat we generalK-find ft so, h the mo'fher'i. will oniy gh'e
them an opportunitv. You can feel perfectly safe if they do tl eir -tradine'at '"The
Fair" ston. Strictly one p ice prevail-? and our sah.s-jj'ecple lake' great 'delight, "to
see that cb ldren get what is rightand the btst, ..s.Jorthe oldtr people we expect
them to use their own judgment in selecting. . -
For school dressi s. we are no.v showing oiir new full lire of fanc' P.eeced goods'
and Percal s, in new designs r ad patterns as well as colorings. From 12 1-2 to 20c
yard. (See sbow window for the new Meas.)
rinlilteii's Drs-'s half. We are showinc al'ont.
tweoiy fivt- n nl: in nt-s rin!lpg trem .! in 14 -ar-lo
white pKjae and lanes., seme lngini.-htmsandcham-bi
('. h i-ver u 1- ft we otler ih.era hi n if prde.
Nararli aii-'s.o' children, ate now here in all
sizes, with the i.m-nt waist holder atiSc-.
Children's School Suits
n Bey's three j ece vene .uit, renrd sack stxle, well'
made, tpd te- mi-. 3 to Synrsol sfeat $1.75. :
BOYS NORFOLK SUITS rf xtra crade, covert
cloth, yoke, I b k with belt. bo j-laiis, latent waiet .
baud at 52 r.0.
Avery speia1 sni, of laid ca's'mere. double
brecsfd, cut in 'he i ew sty e. double taped teams,
aafSTto 14, at J3 U0
Shoe Repair SKop
We have opend one in connecticn with our shoe department andean now turn
ont firt-clai-s repair work at short notice. All work guaranteed.
C L HENKELc
Practical vYatchma'ke'r & Jeweler
and all Kinds of
REPAIRING DONE AT
J. H. HUGHES
Next to O K L.terj-
The Wave Candy Factory!
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SHEREERTS. FIXE-CIGARS AND
Private Kootns for Ladies. Ice Cream
for parties on ohoit notice.
Au.r.Auii v ur ic mvr.
:ir tiiiV'4 ".f'TVT t
Pristata Rooms "for - , .
Families ond Forties
.-WILLrHANKIKS. ProDDiietor I
ay ' -,- -tl. -. r '
niBiB'sjt Better Servffii!
- ' Thar that via the
?rom Kapsn City. Sa nt Louis to, '
- - i
Memphis to points in the SontnrSonthf 1
ISA and Southwest, , -i
Ui So utheasternLlmitgd j
Letving Kansas. City at 6:30 P. M.
daily, -iU take yonoSf ringStld, Mem
id all points in thj Southeast.
G. W. MARTIN r-
Franker.berp; Brcs. & Newrran,
Chas. A. McDonald
Justice of the-Peace "
Otf.c. bubauhir Building, Brcwc ry Gulch. Ttlephont No. 1M
! Half Way .House...
Choice rood constantly In itock
4. Case good on demand.
A the ENGLISH!
Boston & Brown. Props.
fW4l-. re .BaiBr3An 9J
I M SU2&E&
Embalmers andlFuneral Directors,
Parlors and morgue jn. Johnson Block. OHice7-Palace,Liyerj;,Sfable
Calls promptly answered day or nicht. A r ., 'Phone 23
WALTER GHUBBARD, Manager .
i Bisbee Improvement (a
Electric Light and
Phones Business $-1.00 per month, Residence $3.0C
Lcng Distance Lines to' Dbuglas,..Naco'' ' '"
, - Tombstone and Gananea -'"'"
"-' A Purity- DitillCdWater:-. -.r,
t j i -t .-.crnl1nniTnra ytOretTtK- nln3 nn oV all:
i-lf- - w.tttii '. A -'rii .'-'i.,.
Vi a ".vr -.3 Kr-"is; Rhone 197 "'
Zss .r xz9T T-Z i -rrastsj -p?
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School Shoes for Boys and Girls
Our ne lire o Wnl ons. pec'ally madp'f r pVd
STi-ic a r row in You certainly rnnftt' 'duplies te
a shoe, like ibese w ar refiner- under 25 to 30.- h pair,
mire and then we doubt if'vou'll eet.Hs ifoou. S z-s 5
tp 8, ai 51 2V-S);. to 11 ai gl.SO-11 to 2 at-l -75.
.a!k-OverShoes,for.Men . , , ,
Yon mu-t b- sure to s-ee pur" hew- "Patent Leather
C-jron- co t i-kin i'-you want- eomethirisr'Vi.rtlsh an'l
rwis'ifciibe. Dull kid uppets, lit'hf aod heavy wales,
width A to E. ?!7.h.5$ to 11 at S4.00. Equal to any
SS.00fnoe)n.thecJt.. . .
TheJ.it M fpcial Icr Fall season are' 'he mrt
st-ikinp lats everslniwr.-'here, in all kind of leatLer,"
in ail iizet and w:dtb, 56.00 and S7 00 'air.
. 4 9nnA
5UNNY BROOK WHISKbV-
ICE COLD BEER, j J
A - M. m. m. M J, 1
Place To Eat"
"" Our new lnneral;car, has.arrived
a new and complete steely o! t
Coffins. and Qasketa
Write us about our-jeasy pay
, The ZELLNER PIANO CO:
TjCSdii, - Arizona
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