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THE BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. 1903.
JU5T TWO DAYS
I Three busy, hustling: days, full of excitement, hurry and no, not trouble, for even the eleventh hour pur-
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there's less and less to pick from -that's to be expected, but this would be a poor sort of a store, indeed,
if its Christmas stock gave out four days or even one day before The Day of al1 the days of the year.
But don't put off making your selections one minute longer than you have to. : : : : :
All the popular shapes and
leathers in Men's Slippers,
$i.25 to $3.50 a pair.
Womens Slippers, from the
plain, serviceable sort at
Si. 00 a pair to the dainty,
fancj' kind at S4.00 a pair.
Washable Vests, single or
double breasted, $1.00 to
$1.5o. Vests of fancy wool
en materials irom $3.50 to
gG.PO each. There's no
difficulty in getting the
If superstitious, exact one
cent from the recipient and
ward off the supposed ill
effects of a keen edge gift.
Razors from the best mak
ers 75c to S3 00 each.
Strops 00c to $2.oo. Shav
ing" brushes, all prices.
Waterman's Indeal Pens
Silk Mufflers 5o to 2 oo.
Full Dress Protectors i.25
to 1.50 each.
Three piece sets, horn
handles, from 4.50 to 16 00
a set; pearl handles 21.00 a
An Absolute Necessity CANDY
Wouldn't a Christmas Day without candy be a farce? Get your supply just
as early as you can. Every year. Chnstma Eve finds our Candy Case and
reserve stock as bare as old Mother Hubbard's cupboard
Huyler's Candy in packages Gunther's in bulk to be put jp in any
way you wish.
Again, be prompt, or you will be disappo.nted
Th" haiidker hief stocc is. inciting away like sr.ow under Arizona sunshine.
We've never l-ad prettier handkerchiefs at 25c than wo have now, nor pret
tier ones for 3 c, ."0c. 75c and up to several dollars each. Probably t-iat's
tlie ery reason we are selling so many more than usual
A DOZEN HINTS FOR HURRIED FOLKS
If you are busy, use the
phone. Call up 63 and give
vour order. It will receive
immediate attention. The
stock of Christmas fruits is
now at its best.
Don't attempt to read all that follows; just scan your eye d i .1 the column and if
items mentioned in black-faced type strike you as gift-suggestivf, you'll find descrip
tion and price briefly told directly underneath
Roger's & Gallett Extracts in a good assortment
of odors, from 10c to 2.00.'
Colgate Extracts from Doc to 1.00 a bottle.
A quire of paper with envelopes to match, neat
boxes, the latest tints and shapes, Eaton-Hulburt
quality which is the best from 35c to 60c a box.
Briar pipes from 25c to 70c. meerschaum pipes
in cases from 3 50 to 16 00. cigar and cigarette
holders from 1 25 to 5 00.
Women's pocket books, some handsome- trim
med with sterling silver, other, richly plain, from
1 50 co 4 o ,
Wrist and hand bags
Bill books and card cases for men from 1 25 to
2 00 each,
Worsted circular shawls from 25c to 3 5
Silk shawls from 2 5o to 6 50
English squares and folded four-in-hands from
2 00 each down to the regular four in-hands at
The patterns ai-d coloring are a'l in the best of
Let's Help You,
The average man, when
buying presents for women,
becomes pitifully helpless.
The fact that he has but
J three days left to make up
ins- iniuu increases ratner
lessens his perplexities.
Poor "'mere man!" perhaps
this list will help you.
A Fur Collarette
A watch. Gold cr Silver
A Silk Petticoat
A Dressing Saque or a
A piece of Furniture
One or more Handkerchiefs
One or more pair of Gloves
A Dress Pattern
A piece of Cut Glass
Some fancy China
A Chafing Dish
A Linen Set Cloth and
Napkins to match
A Toilet Set
A Silk Dress Pattern
A Ring with Diamond or
A Hand Bag
A bottle of Perfume high
grade extract such as Rog
er's & Gillett, Colgate's,
A piece of Mexican Drawn
This list could be made
longer, but it is intended
to hint at, not completely
catalogue the stock of gifts
suitable for women
Our store closed all
Gifts for Men,
A suggestive list of gift things always appreciated by n-en. compiled by one
of them, to aid and save time for women who hive little time to spare these
last three busy days,
.1 cravat. fancy"waistcoat or vest, pair of silk suspenders, house coat or
lounging robe, pair of slippers, half dozen handkerchiefs, scarf pir. pair cf
cuff buttons, an umbrella, box of cigars, one or a set of razors, carving set,
watch chain or feb, easy chair, pipe, suitcase or travelling bag. travelling
set. pair of military brushes, watch-gold or silver.
This is a safe, though incomplete list. There's not a use'ess, tawdry,
No fancy lithographed labe's and pretty boxes to fco, women irto buyirg
anything that looks like a cifjar. but the popular b'ands o cigars that we
sell the year round, put up twenty-Sve in a box.
Smokers exchange these as presents every year, and tiey know a good
cigar as soon as they see ore.
borne of the brands ara I-.ternationa's. Tom Mocrc I.a Preference
Ccn. Arthur. Principe de Gales Los Dos Naciones. etc . etc.. etc., etc etc.
IT-the Gr. eery Counter
is the busiest place in the
store, and everything vou
I cat. need for the Christmas
i dinner is here in plenty ,and
all is as appetizing as can
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x n - ir
BAZAAR BARGAIN STORE!
From now until the Holidays are over we will
cut the prices on all our goods.
Just received a fine line of Men's Tailor Made
18-oz. Black Clay Suits which are made to sell
at $25.oo a suit. During this Xmas week we
will sell them at $15-00 a suit.
Bazaar Bargain Store,
Thre's a Taste
About Maier & Zobelein's PHsener Beer you get in
no other it goes right to the spot. Call for M. & Z.
The Maier & Zobelein Brewing Co. of Los Angeles.
' - . A. R. ROBERTS,
Agent Don Luis, Arizona.
The Copper Queen . Store
JOR those who wish a Christmas suit, we will allow the following reductions on
all of our ready made suits commencing Monday, the 21st, and lasting until
All $27.50 Su.ts $22 00
All 22.50 " 18.00
All 18.50 " 14.75
All S25.00 Suits $20.00
All 20.00 " 16.00
All 17.50 " 14.0O
All $15.00 Suits $12.00
We are nototTe-"., ;- in old. undersirable stock to select from but a e'ean. fresh stock a part of which a not
Our reason fc inn j.-o it reduction i; that we have more suits than we care to take stock o'. We have :n this line
Cassimeres Cheviot. Wo s :dj. Clays. Vteunas and Meltons in stouts slims and regulars. Dark and light colors double
a-.d sirgle breasted lbout four hundred 4oo suits to select from. To please is a small matter.
Dates of Sale Dec. 21, 22, 23 and 24
Our store closed all
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Some of the Price Tickets In
1 Schwartz Bros.' Show Win- t
dow Read Thus: .
A swell four-in-hand, 75c 2
Silk finish niqht shirts $2 00,
$3.50 per pair.
Fancy wool or cotton hose.
50c pair, $2.75 bo.
Fine linen handkerchiefs,
51.C0 boi of 1-2 dozen.
Pure white silk handker
chiefs with initian"7ocr
A warm sweater for $3.00
down to $1.50 each.
Our silk suspenders, 50 for
"Four Beauties" in silk sus
penders at $1.00.
Silk lined kid or mocha
New York, Dec. 22. The closing
quotations were: Silver, 55 3-Sc;
Mexican dollars, 42 3-4c.
Artistic and original designs at the
Bisbee Art Rooms, 78 Upper Main St
George Meek, formerly connected
with the old International of Douglas
and later with the Cananca Herald,
was in the city last evening and will
remain a day or so in this city.
Can Read the Future.
One of the most successful psycho
logical readers that has come to Bis
bee from time to Ume is Madame
Dee, whose announcement appears in
Dee guarantees every reading. She
is no stranger to Bisbee, having been
here frequently before, and many can
attest the wonderful powers this lit
tle lady possesses. Where the charge
has formerly been two, three and five
dollars, she is making a special of e .
ing at this time, and charges but ouo
dollar for a fall reading. Madame
Dee will be a wonderful help to those
desiring to know something of what
Is In store for them In the coming
year. She Is at the Norton House,
ANGRY AT ROOSEVELT.
Orangemen Resent His Refusal to
Send Them a Photograph.
and will be there for a month, where
she will be pleased to aee any of her
old patrons and the public in general
and test her readings.
Philacelphla, Pa , Dec.
cause President Roosevelt will
give his consent to have his portrait
painted on Its banner, the Roosevelt
True Blue Lodge of Orangemen, of
Bryn Mawr, is considering the ad
visability of changing the name of
Some time ago one of the national
officers of the Suoreme Loyal Orange
men wrote a letter to President Roos
evelt informing him of the desiro of
the Bryn Mawr organization to have
his portrait painted on Its banner.
The writer closed his letter by re-
Fancy. $1.75 un.
' An "Elk" slipper,
too. for $2.00.
Nice and warm slipper, fleece
Kid lined slipper, $1.75
Bath or lounging robes, $6.00
Smoking jackets, $5 00 to
Carved leather goods, cuff
links, men's carters, ptr a
quesUng the president to send his
portrait to be used as a model.
A reply was received from Sec
retary Loeb acknowledging the
honor felt by the president, but" at
the same time h'o politely declined to
forward his photograph.